4 December 2019
Data Visualization Principles for Artificial Intelligence in Business
6:30pm - 7:00pm - ODSC Intro, Pizza & Refreshments
7:00pm - 7:50pm - Talk
7:50pm - 8:00pm - Q&A
8:00pm - 8:30pm - Networking
Jen is a data strategist and technologist, Microsoft Data Platform Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft Certified Trainer, founder of Data Relish Ltd, diversity and technical community advocate, public speaker and blogger. She is a published author, writing two books on Tableau and R, and she is in the process of writing another on Microsoft Power BI.
As the sole owner of a boutique Data Science and Business Intelligence consultancy, Jen has delivered varied projects which including leading organizations such as the NHS Trusts and private companies to the cloud, whilst also spearheading a Data Science Program from soup-to-nuts for a Government department.
In addition to delivering world-class solutions, Jen has led the tech community via her role as an elected Director for PASS, leading the EMEA portfolio with a focus on Business Analytics. Jen has spoken worldwide, disseminating her expertise and passion for data.
How are artificial intelligence and data visualization connected? It’s the data. Data is everything to AI, and AI does not happen without the data. For the business to make use of AI, Data visualization is essential because it communicates insights from the data. For Artificial Intelligence, data visualization is particularly important since the concepts and data are complex, and data visualization is crucial to lead the business to articulate and understand difficult concepts.
There are many great new technologies in Microsoft that offer opportunities for businesses to use AI, but we need to close the loop so that the insights are not lost. In this session, we will look at Microsoft Power BI, and AI Azure for data visualization, along with best practices for visualizing data for artificial intelligence.