Data Science – Mar 8

We are truly in the era of Big Data. Over the last decade, the field of Data Science has become indispensable for any organization that wants to discover the patterns, trends, and associations within the quantitative information it gathers. Jeffrey Silverman, data scientist and astrophysicist(!), will discuss how one new data analysis company uses Big TV Data, Data Science, and external datasets (such as the US Census) to measure viewership numbers and the effectiveness of advertising.

Dr. Jeffrey Silverman is Director of Data Science & Analytics at Samba TV. Also, as a former research astrophysicist, Jeff has given many public presentations on astronomy. 


Dr. Jeffrey Silverman

WHAT: Data Science: TV-Viewing Analytics and the US Census
WHO: Dr. Jeffrey Silverman, Director of Data Science & Analytics, Samba TV
WHERE: Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak Street, Alameda, CA 94501
WHEN: 2020-03-08 — 2pm, Sunday, March 8 (1.5 hrs)
Add to Calendar YYYY-MM-DD 2020-03-08 14:00 2020-03-08 15:30 Wonderfest, Data Science: TV-Viewing Analytics and the US Census Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Silverman, Director of Data Science & Analytics, Samba TV
Description:

We are truly in the era of Big Data. Over the last decade, the field of Data Science has become indispensable for any organization that wants to discover the patterns, trends, and associations within the quantitative information it gathers. Jeffrey Silverman, data scientist and astrophysicist(!), will discuss how one new data analysis company uses Big TV Data, Data Science, and external datasets (such as the US Census) to measure viewership numbers and the effectiveness of advertising.

Dr. Jeffrey Silverman is Director of Data Science & Analytics at Samba TV. Also, as a former research astrophysicist, Jeff has given many public presentations on astronomy. 

Location: Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak Street, Alameda, CA 94501
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