Our 2nd annual forum brings together renowned researchers in data science for a day of interdisciplinary talks and discussions. Topics include machine learning, network science, cognitive science, and applications in the health, social, and physical sciences.
The Rochester Big Data Forum 2012 brings together renowned researchers from across the nation, leaders of federal research funding agencies, representations of high technology companies, and faculty and students from the University of Rochester together for three days of presentations, discussions, and networking.
Topics include big data analytics, machine learning, computational physical, life, and social sciences, the semantic web, and more!
“It would be difficult to overestimate the advances in science, medicine, and technology that will be possible when instead of having one Einstein per generation, there are thousands or millions of equivalently endowed artificial intelligent agents.”
—Henry Kautz, chair of the Department of Computer Science and director of the Institute for Data Science