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Domino Data Lab
The Data Science Platform for Model Management
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Domino Data Lab 1h
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Yes we will email them to attendees in the next week or so
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paco nathan 3h
Outstanding! Your talk needs to become "required reading" in data science, especially for all management roles.
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Brian Lindauer 5h
Enjoyed so much that it left me wanting a Slack for data science leaders. If you lead a data science team/org, DM me and I’ll send you an invite to .
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Domino Data Lab 4h
Thank you to all the speakers, attendees, and sponsors for making this year awesome!
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Carl Anderson 6h
I really enjoyed the rev2 conference. Great speakers and content. Also, love the socks. Who wouldn't want Hopper, Lovelace or Tukey socks?
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Every department at our organization has a team, but don't have their own IT department to support each. Path to production is critical. on
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If we don’t have adoption, all the work we do is worthless. Vice President, Enterprise Analytics & Data at on Scaling in an Open Org at
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Building your models on modern infrastructure gives you the advantage of speed to production. - Head of Analytics & Data Strategy at on Managing Model Risk at
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Maura C 9h
. just covered more ground in 40 minutes than any talk I've ever witnessed. Tukey, data management, the advent of cloud, data governance, edge inference, data culture... a true history of how the industry got to where we are, and what's next 🤯
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To do data science in a serious way, you need infrastructure. - Head of Data Science of on & the future of . Day 2 at
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MariemAyadi 10h
“If you don’t believe that data can be informative to your business.. you just haven’t found the right data yet”
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paco nathan May 23
“The decision to be data driven is not a data driven decision.”
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Maura C May 23
"When things are going well, no one cares about data."
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Maura C May 23
"At the end of the day, data science is much a people and organizational problem as it is a technical problem." speaking truth at 👌
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Randi R. Ludwig May 23
“Humans are noisy, and we prefer the natural to the artificial, even though models are regularly better than humans.” -Daniel Kahneman
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Domino Data Lab May 23
leaders at & on making fewer bad decisions: “Embrace experimentation, collect predictions, and increase your trials.” To do this, you want to focus on reducing cost & setting up infrastructure to support more trials.
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"Reproducibility in data science is not just the code. The notion of a library of models is very powerful so your data scientists build upon past work instead of starting from ground zero." VP, Product at on as an organizational capability at
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Domino Data Lab May 23
Build or Buy? “We used to build everything, but over time we found we could increase productivity by leveraging partnerships.” Matt Cornett, Senior Director of Data Operations & Tools at on modernizing & at
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Domino Data Lab May 23
“No matter what industry you’re in, flexible infrastructure and collaboration are absolutely essential to enable a model-driven business.” Domino CEO Nick Elprin on stage at
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