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October 13th 2021 | 9 AM - 3 PM PT

A vendor-independent virtual event bringing together the creative, the audacious, and the visionary for a look at what’s next in data, systems, and decision-making.

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Defining the future of data

Data Forward Leaders

Both inspirational and practical, Future Data will help attendees become world-class leaders defining what’s next in data and analytics.

Modern Data Technologists

The modern data stack is continually changing. For today’s data technologist, hear from those defining the future of the data stack.

Critical Decision Enablers

Inspired with big ideas for leveraging data, you’ll leave with practical takeaways to drive immediate improvement for your organization.

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Highlights from 2020

Automating AnalysisPat HanrahanProfessor at Stanford and founder of Tableau The technologies of machine learning are similar in many ways to those used in statistical data analysis. So, a natural question is - can AI be applied to analysis? Can people doing analysis be replaced by automated systems? In his keynote presentation, Pat Hanrahan, explored these questions in detail.
The Modern Data Stack: Past, Present, and FutureTristan HandyCEO and Founder, dbt LabsThe latest trends in data and analytics have increasingly empowered organizations staffed by technical / business hybrids, working with state-of-the-art horizontal tooling that all speaks SQL. Tristan argues that while this is an exciting world to live in, there are still huge problems to solve. In this talk, he digs into some of the most fascinating data problems of today and where he thinks we’ll go from here.
Building a Culture Around Data-Driven Decision MakingBen HorowitzCo-Founder and General Partner of Andreessen HorowitzIn a conversation with Peter Bailis, Founder and CEO of Sisu Data, Ben explored the impact that data engineering, analytics, and data science have on how companies operate, and the challenges of building a truly data-driven culture.

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