In this week’s episode of the Machine Learning Café podcast, Dr Eugene Dubossarsky spoke with Miklos Toth and Levente Szabados about his experiences in machine learning since the 1980s. Listen to hear Dr Dubossarsky’s opinions on random forests, neural nets, boosting strategies, the importance of understanding data and statistics, and even the effects of the covid-19 crisis.
Who we are
Dr Eugene Dubossarsky is a leader in the analytics field in Australia, with over 20 years’ commercial data science experience. He is a Founding Partner of AlphaZetta, head of the AlphaZetta global training Academy as well as AlphaZetta's Chief Data Scientist. He is also the founder of the Australia–New Zealand Data Analytics Network, with over 17,000 members, and the head of the Data Science Sydney group (6,000+ members) and Big Data analytics Sydney (6,700+ members). He is regularly invited to be a conference presenter, consultant and advisor, and appears in print and on television to discuss data science and analytics, and serves as an advisory board member for listed companies, advising on AI and Data Science. Eugene also applies data science in an entrepreneurial setting, to financial trading and online startups, and is the creator of ggraptR, an interactive visualisation package in R.
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