Thanks to Numa and HopWork, Chrystèle, Franck and I will be hosting a "Hors-Série" of our Machine Learning Meetup on the theme of Data Journalism. At least the first guest will speak in English while the others are expected to speak french (slides ought to be in english). The video of the meetup is at the top of this blog entry and it should start around 6:50/6:55PM Paris time (CET).

Video of the Meetup in French (mostly)

Invités confirmés :

- Chris Wiggins, Chief Data Scientist au New York Times,
*What is a computational biologist doing at the New York Times? (and what can academia do for a 163-year old company?)* - François-Xavier Fringant, co-fondateur de Dataveyes, spécialisée dans les interactions Hommes-Données,
- Nicolas Sauret, chef de projet médias à l'IRI (Centre Pompidou) et Bertrand Delezoide, Multimedia Research Team Leader (CEA-LVIC).
*Periplus: Articuler éditorialisation algorithmique et humaine* - Claude de Loupy, co-fondateur de Syllabs,
*Analyse sémantique & création de contenus textuels.* - Chrystèle Bazin,
*Des robots et des journalistes: Les mutations de l’information à l’heure du big data*

Animation de la discussion : Chrystèle Bazin, consultante indépendante et rédactrice pour différents médias numériques.

Avec le soutien actif de Numa et de HopWork

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