O’Reilly Announces Keynote Speakers and Session Lineup for Strata Data Conference San Francisco 2019

Conference to Cover Entire Range of Big Data, AI and Machine Learning
Tools and Technologies and Share Implementation Best Practices with
Attendees

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/AI?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#AIlt;/agt;–O’Reilly,
the premier source for insight-driven learning on technology and
business, today announced the lineup of speakers presenting at its
upcoming Strata
Data Conference
, taking place March 25-28, 2019 in San Francisco, CA
at the Moscone
Center
.

This year’s conference will bring together cutting-edge science and new
business fundamentals to help attendees build a solid foundation for
their artificial intelligence (AI) strategies and machine learning
initiatives. The event programming offers a deep dive into emerging data
science techniques and technologies, including case studies, in-depth
tutorials and best practices.

New sessions and tracks have been added by program chairs Doug Cutting
(chief architect at Cloudera
and founder of Apache
Hadoop
), Ben Lorica (chief data scientist, O’Reilly) and
entrepreneur Alistair Croll to reflect the latest trends in the data
field, including security, ubiquitous computing, collaboration,
reproducibility, new interfaces, emerging architecture, building data
teams and machine data.

Keynote speakers include:

O’Reilly will also host the Strata
Business Summit
, running in conjunction with the conference, from
March 25-28. The four-day event provides attendees with the intelligence
needed to build strategies and data-driven business models that deliver
customer insight, drive efficiency and innovation in products and
services, modernize architecture, reduce costs and lower risk.

“Organizations across the globe need to fully understand the opportunity
that big data presents,” said Ben Lorica, O’Reilly chief data scientist
and Strata Data San Francisco program chair. “Without a thorough
understanding of the latest technologies and applications – and how best
to apply them – it is easy to be left behind by the competition. Strata
Data San Francisco brings together leading voices in the industry to
help attendees better understand how to make data work for them.”

At this year’s conference, O’Reilly will present the full results of its
Evolving
Data Infrastructure
” survey, which explores the tools companies are
using for their advanced analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
projects – and the best practices they have acquired along the way. The
research found that more than half (58 percent) of today’s companies are
either building or evaluating data science platforms – which are
essential for companies that are keen on growing their data science
teams and machine learning capabilities – while 85 percent of companies
already have data infrastructure in the cloud.

Registration
for the upcoming Strata Data Conference is now open and a limited number
of media
passes
are available for qualified journalists and analysts. Follow @strataconf
or #StrataData on
Twitter for the latest news and updates.

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