Advertising platform for the open internet, Criteo, is hosting its Not Another Big Data Conference, in Palo Alto on October 9, 2018. This will be the second consecutive year that the Paris-based advertising platform provider will host this event.
Symbolizing the culture at Criteo, the NABDConf will place an emphasis on topics relevant to a wide range of emerging technologies today including, Artificial Intelligence, deep learning, and data systems engineering. This is a one-day event that will bring multiple perspectives and will appeal to people at various stages of the business, as well as help attendees to gain insights into modern day software engineering.
The event will host speakers from Pinterest, WeWork, Determined AI, Cloudera, Google, MapR and Facebook. Keynotes will cover almost everything from “The Sixth Wave of Automation” to “Deep Learning: From Theory to Practice.” Engineers at Criteo will also discuss machine learning as it relates to the BOSS DB project.
Criteo has been and will continue to be a supporter of Techfugees, a nonprofit organization that addresses the refugee situation by asking the global tech community to respond in time.
Speaking on this development, Justin Coffey, Director of Engineering, Criteo said, “After last year’s success in bringing together engineers from across the industry for a day of collaboration and innovation, the anti-conference is back. Once again, we’re bringing together some of the brightest minds in the technology world to make connections and drive conversations on the most pressing subjects in engineering today. We’re proud to continue to support Techfugees through NABDConf to raise awareness of the issues facing displaced people.”
For more information about the conference, please visit www.nabdconf.com.