If you have ever wondered what data scientists do, IDSC is giving you an opportunity to learn about this important, multifaceted profession. On Thursday, March 25, 2021, IDSC is hosting the sixth session in the “Meet a Data Scientist” series with Miami Herbert Business School Marketing Professor, Dr. Joseph Johnson. Read more “Meet a Data Scientist-Joseph Johnson”
Joseph Johnson, Mitsunori Ogihara, Daniel Messinger, and Gang Ren (and their co-authors) presented papers at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining in Beijing, China, (held on November 8-11). Dr. Daniel Messinger also attended and was a Keynote Speaker for the ICDM-TMDM Translational Multimedia Data Mining for AI-Based Medical Diagnostics Workshop. Read more “Ren, Ogihara, and Johnson Present Papers at IEEE 2019 in Beijing”
Spectrogram and other time-frequency analysis methods transfer an audio file into an auditory image. When signal processing-based analysis and interpretation is performed on these auditory images instead of an audio signal, spectrographic analyses can identify interesting patterns that focus on Read more “A New Auditory Image for Social Media: Moving Towards Correlation of Spectrographic Analysis and Interpretation with Audience Perception”
The Institute for Data Science and Computing, in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences, Miami Herbert Business School, and the School of Communication, invites you to the 4th annual Big Data Conference, joined by the University’s annual data visualization celebration, VizUM, on Wednesday December 11, 2019. Read more “Register Now for Big Data + VizUM 12/11/2019”
The recent advancement of web-scale digital advertising saw a paradigm shift from the conventional focus of digital advertisement distribution towards integrating digital processes and methodologies and forming a seamless workflow of advertisement design, production, distribution, and effectiveness monitoring. Read more “Multimodal Content Analysis for Effective Advertisements on YouTube”
Daniel Cohen, Senior Vice President, Digital Payments and Labs for MasterCard Latin America and the Caribbean, offered the keynote address at the 2nd annual Big Data Conference & Workshop, Monday and Tuesday, December 4-5, 2017. In his role at MasterCard, he is responsible for leading the development and commercialization of innovative payment solutions that can be used at the check-out counter, via the web, mobile phone, tablet, and beyond. Previously, Daniel headed MasterCard’s operations in Israel as Country Manager. He was responsible for opening MasterCard’s first office in the country and expanding the company’s local payments footprint. During his time as Country Manager, he led the commercialization of breakthrough innovative payment solutions in the electronic and mobile commerce space. Daniel began his career at MasterCard in 2007, leading prepaid card program initiatives across the globe out of the company’s headquarters in Purchase, New York. Prior to joining MasterCard, he was a Strategy Consultant for BTS where he managed corporate strategy projects for Fortune 500 companies.
“Big Data” may be the two hottest words in business these days. On September 21, 2016, the University of Miami’s Institute of Data Science and Computing hosted its first BIG DATA Conference, inviting private- and public-sector employees, healthcare providers, policy makers, entrepreneurs, educators and researchers to a panel discussion on the applications of big data in the workplace, and the availability of big data resources in South Florida. Read more “The Next Frontier of Innovation at Big Data Conference”
The Next Frontier of Innovation: Big data, advanced computing, and algorithms are rapidly and profoundly changing every sphere of human activity; Airbnb, Uber, and Fitbit are just a few examples. Read more “BIG DATA Conference Wednesday 9/21/2016”