To Connect and Inspire
TAG Data Science & Analytics society (DSA) connects and inspires analytical minds to foster innovative uses of data by providing thought leadership and a community composed of diverse professionals. Our board members have varying backgrounds, including, practitioners and service professionals hailing from industry, academia, research and non-profit organizations.
Our purpose is to deliver relevant content and provide opportunities for current TAG members and future members in the Southeast to network with peers and thought leaders covering a broad spectrum of data and analytics topics.
To advance the creation and evolution of Data Driven and Analytical approaches to solving business problems, while covering a broad spectrum of data topics.
“To Connect and Inspire Analytical Minds” in ways that foster innovative uses of data.
Our society covers an always evolving broad spectrum of topics including, but not limited to:
- DATA SCIENCE
- ADVANCED ANALYTICS
- DATA ENGINEERING
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & MACHINE LEARNING
- DATA SCIENCE 4 GOOD
- STORYTELLING THROUGH DATA
- ETHICAL ISSUES IN AI
- DATA CULTURE, LITERACY & CITIZENSHIP
- COMPUTER VISION
Data Science & Analytics Society Board
Society Board Chair & TAG DataTalk Host
Society Immediate Past Chair
Society Programs Chair
Society TAG Data Talk Chair
Society Chair Emeritus
Society Chair Emeritus
Recent Data Science & Analytics News
Comcast RISE to Award $1 Million in Grants to Small Businesses Owned by Women and People of Color in Atlanta
Comcast announced it will award $1 million in grants to 100 small Atlanta area businesses owned by women and people of color, including Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and Asian American owners, among others. The application process will open to qualifying businesses June 1-14, and prospective owners must have their businesses located in the City of Atlanta or in Fulton, Gwinnett, Clayton, Cobb or DeKalb counties.
Client Spotlight Webinar: Zero Trust Cybersecurity Defense with Application Control
On average, bad actors can dwell unnoticed in an IT environment for 45 days, prior to the execution of an attack. Couple that with the majority of attacks that exploit legitimate access by taking advantage of existing vulnerabilities and through social engineering. How do you prevent hackers from running rampant once they’ve compromised your network systems and handle the expense of remediation?
Webinar: Real-World Cybersecurity: Winning with Process-Driven Managed Detection & Response
Cybersecurity best practices are the baseline for preventing an attack, but they won’t protect your business from everything. Hackers are targeting businesses in this country every 39 seconds. How do you know if you have active cyber threats swimming around in your environment right now? And, how do you keep those threats from becoming full-blown attacks? More importantly, are you well-positioned to respond to the attack? More is needed to effectively defend your business.
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