ODSC Hackathon Pre-Conference Event

The first ODSC Virtual and Global Hackathon. By participating in the AI for Good Hackathon, you and your team will work towards a noble cause. Join the Data Science community working a real world project.

More details here.

Virtual AI Expo & Demo Hall

Thursday, September 17th and Friday, September 18th from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM BST

Visit AI Expo Hall and engage with leading AI solution providers, including DataRobot, IBM, Red Hat, SAS, and S&P Global, and learn about the products and solutions that will help you automate machine learning, optimize data science costs, extract more value from data, and much more. Some of the technologies to be showcased: Auto ML, Data Labeling, DevOps, DataOps, Deep Learning, Cloud Computing, Image, Voice and Facial Recognition.

Join the most influential Data Science community worldwide.

*Exclusive to ODSC Pass holders. For Free ODSC Expo Pass please register here.

Virtual Career Expo

Schedule: Saturday, September 19th from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM BST (GMT+1)

Whether you are in the market for a job or looking to hire, the Virtual Career Expo is the place to be!

Representatives from 20+ of the top data science companies will be seeking talented individuals to fill their open positions. Companies will be interviewing on site! Ideal for job seekers from both the tech and business fields.

*Free for ALL ODSC Pass Holders. For others, please register here.

Women Ignite Session

Schedule: September 18th, 1:15 – 2:00 PM BST (GMT+1)

ODSC’s Women in Data Science Ignite Sessions fuel creativity and innovation among conference attendees. Ignite sessions are fast-paced, short presentations that allow YOU to pitch a unique, interesting project you’re working on. This year we’re encouraging female attendees to participate and showcase their ideas. You’ll have 8-10 minutes to present your project on stage in front of the crowd.

Build confidence and practice public speaking skills by presenting at ODSC’s Women in Data Science Ignite session – Click here to apply.

Applicants that are selected to present will be notified 1 week before the conference.

*Exclusive to ODSC Pass holders only.

ODSC Virtual Networking Reception

Schedule: Friday, September 18th, 2:30 PM to 3:15 PM BST (GMT+1)

Socialize with fellow attendees as you recount the day’s talks and workshops with a few well-deserved drinks and small bites. Network, connect and collaborate with those leading the future of data science and AI.

We are creating space dedicated for people to connect, make a group call and discuss a specific topic + virtual drinks etc.

*Exclusive to ODSC Pass holders only.

Meet the Experts

Back by popular demand, Meet the Experts brings you up close and personal with some of the biggest names in data science! Sessions are audience-focused to help attendees solve their real-world, applied data science problems.

Our experts:

  • September 18th, 1:15 PM BST (GMT+1) – Daniel Whitenack, PhD, Instructor, Data Scientist at SIL International
  • September 19th, 12:00 PM BST (GMT+) – Ian Ozsvald, Principal Data Scientist, Co-founder of PyData London

Meet the Speakers

Meet and connect with your favourite speakers from the conference! Talk shop and get your questions answered by the experts. 

Our speaker:

  • September 18th, 12:00 PM BST (GMT+1) – Afsaneh Asaei, PhD, Head of Artificial Intelligence at UnternehmerTUM

Learning from Failure. Incredible Stories from Industry Leaders

Schedule: Saturday, September 19th from 4:00 PM  – 5:00 PM BST (GMT+1) 

Success doesn’t come easily. It is preceded by multiple false starts, failures, and changes in direction. Our speakers have been working in data science and AI for many years and experienced instances that have changed the course of their lives or careers.

Hear from experts and get insights on how to use mistakes and failures to propel you to success later on. 

Confirmed Speakers: 

  • “Practice your patience” Marta Markiewicz, Head of Data Science, Objectivity;
  • “Overestimating the power of data driven in prognosis”, Diego Galar, PhD, Professor of Condition Monitoring, LuleåUniversity of Technology
  • “On setting a foundation for successful machine learning projects” – Eitan Anzenberg, PhD, Chief Data Scientist, Bill.com

*Exclusive to ODSC Pass holders. For others, please register here.