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Data Science 101/201 Training
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1/14/2020 to 1/15/2020
When: January 14 - 15, 2020
Where: Renaissance Plaza Building (2nd Floor Conference Room)
70 NE Loop 410
San Antonio, Texas  78216
United States

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Session Information

Data Science 101: Data science is a "concept to unify statistics, data analysis, machine learning and their related methods" in order to "understand and analyze actual phenomena" with data. It continues to be one of the fast-growing segments within the tech industry. It employs techniques and theories drawn from many fields within the context of mathematics, statistics, computer science, and information science, data visualization, business intelligence, cloud computing and several other technical skills areas.

Session will cover an introduction to Data Science to include data modeling, supervised/ unsupervised learning and visualizations, data governance, ethics and truthfulness in data science. No prior knowledge is needed and will be geared towards both technical and non-technical attendees.

Length of Training Session (Minutes of content do not include breaks and do include Q&A)

360 Minutes (9:00 AM – 16:00 PM)

Moderator/Speaker and Panelists

Stephen “Scribbs” Scarbrough, CISSP, C|EH, Joined the US Navy in 1990 and retired in 2010 after 20 years as a CTNC(SW/AW/NAC). He then joined IntelliGenesis LLC as a Senior SIGINT Development Analyst and currently the lead contractor for the National Cryptologic Schools DATA Curriculum, which includes Data Science and Advanced Analytics Tradecraft mentoring. Mr. Scarbrough focuses on a vast array of technical subjects such as IoT, ICS, and Big Data Analysis that enables mission success for our customers.


Session Information

Data Science 201: Machine Learning continues its’ rise in the common day vernacular and is used anywhere from automating mundane tasks to offering intelligent insights across many industries. You may already be using a device that utilizes it. For example, a wearable fitness tracker like Fitbit, or an intelligent home assistant like Google Home. In this session we will look and put in to practice some basic Machine Learning techniques to better prepare you for a continuation in the field and how you can apply it to your current missions/business.

  • Predictive Analysis
  • Image recognition
  • Speech Recognition
  • Medical diagnoses
  • Cyber Security

Session will cover an introduction to Machine Learning to include data modeling, supervised/ unsupervised learning and visualizations. No prior knowledge is needed and will be geared towards both technical and non-technical attendees.

Length of Training Session (Minutes of content do not include breaks and do include Q&A)

180 Minutes (9:00 AM – 12:00 PM)

Moderator/Speaker and Panelists

Stephen “Scribbs” Scarbrough, CISSP, C|EH, Joined the US Navy in 1990 and retired in 2010 after 20 years as a CTNC(SW/AW/NAC). He then joined IntelliGenesis LLC as a Senior SIGINT Development Analyst and currently the lead contractor for the National Cryptologic Schools DATA Curriculum, which includes Data Science and Advanced Analytics Tradecraft mentoring. Mr. Scarbrough focuses on a vast array of technical subjects such as IoT, ICS, and Big Data Analysis that enables mission success for our customers.


Do attendees need to bring a laptop or any other equipment/materials?
No, All Equipment will Be Provided

Are there any prerequisites to attend this training?
None

Cost?
$0 (members); non-members will be asked to cover the cost of their lunch


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