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Datacratic at Big Data Week Montreal 2015

Datacratic was proud to participate in Big Data Week Montreal last month: we demo'ed our new Machine Learning Database and sponsored a Data Science Award at the Hackathon.

The winners of the Data Science award were a team that did an analysis of a million tweets about feminism. The team members were Zafarali Ahmed, Jerome Boisvert-Chouinard, Dave Gurnsey, Nancy Lin, Reda Lotfi and David Taylor. Congratulations to the whole team!

Human Vs. Machine in Programmatic - Google Think Talk by Datacratic

Google Quebec hosted Think Quebec this year where they explored digital marketing as a path to quicker, deeper connections between a brand and its consumer. Inspired by Parkour, the popular urban sport of finding the most direct route to your goal, they presented campaigns and strategies as beautiful as they are successful–another discipline at the junction of art and science. James Prudhomme, CEO Datacratic spoke at Google's Think Quebec. His Talk is entitled "Why is programmatic taking off? What is this revolution all about?"   View the Slideshare below!

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RTBkit Developer Meetup - New York City May 6th - Hosted by Spotify

Join Datacratic & Spotify for a developer & engineering meetup to talk about real time bidding solutions using the RTBkit and Ad Tech strategies, technologies and implementation by Spotify.

When is it?

Tuesday May 6th from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Where is it?

The RTBkit Developers Meetup will be hosted by Spotify at their office in New York City.   Registered participants will receive the address, directions and instructions with their Eventbrite ticket.

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PyLadies Meet-up at Datacratic to Chat About Machine Learning

The Datacratic team recently hosted a PyLadies meet-up to talk about a subject we know very well and love, Machine Learning. The Pyladies presented talks about: “Deep Learning in Python using Pylearn2 and Theano" and "Building your own Search Engine Using Solr/Lucene" by Zareen Syed to a packed house of coders at the Datacratic headquarters in Montreal.