Webinar Alert: Latent Calendar - Modeling Weekly Behavior with Latent Components (Oct 25, 2023)

Speaker : Will Dean, Thomas Wiecki, PhD
Date : 2023-10-25T16:00:00Z
Time : 16:00 UTC / 9am PT / 12pm ET / 6pm Berlin
Location : Online, via Zoom
Register here (for zoom link) : Latent Calendar: Modeling Weekly Behavior with Latent Components, Wed, Oct 25, 2023, 12:00 PM | Meetup

Join us for a fascinating webinar where we’ll explore how NLP can make your weekly calendars a breeze to manage. You don’t want to miss this!

In this event, Will Dean and Thomas Wiecki, will demystify the art of understanding weekly calendars. They’ll be using Latent Dirichlet Allocation to simplify your weekly plans. For a sneak peek, check out the “latent-calendar” on PyPI or see an example here: Bikes in Chicago - Latent Calendar

About the speaker:

  1. Will Dean
    Senior Data Scientist at FREENOW
    Will Dean is a Statistician and Data Scientist with experience in geospatial and user analytics. He is passionate about Bayesian methods and using data visualization to tell a story. He is interested in software design and how it can make data problems easier and more enjoyable to solve.

    Connect with Will Dean:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/williambdean/
    GitHub: wd60622 (Will Dean) · GitHub

  2. Dr. Thomas Wiecki (PyMC Labs)
    Dr. Thomas Wiecki is an author of PyMC, the leading platform for statistical data science. To help businesses solve some of their trickiest data science problems, he assembled a world-class team of Bayesian modelers and founded PyMC Labs – the Bayesian consultancy. He did his PhD at Brown University studying cognitive neuroscience.

    Connect with Thomas Wiecki:
    Website: https://www.pymc-labs.com/
    GitHub: twiecki (Thomas Wiecki) · GitHub
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/twiecki

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In case you missed the live webinar, the recording is now live on YouTube! you can still catch all the valuable insights shared by Will Dean and Thomas Wiecki

Watch the recording now :point_down:

The link to the documentation for the latent-calendar repo is available in the video description. You can track down the slide material as well as other details talked about.

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