Whether you are Data Science enthusiast, a manager that wants to know if it is a good idea to invest in Data Science or you are a scientist, mathematician or a programmer interested in Data Science role Data Science Economy has something interesting to offer.
The Data Science Economy Conference will be held in KRAŠ Auditorium on 16 and 17 May 2019. For the past three years, the conference has been a meeting place for experts, IT developers, students and enthusiasts working in data science, big data, data mining, machine learning, artificial intelligence or predictive modeling areas, and opportunities to exchange best practice in the industry.
As part of the conference organizing committee this year we have prepared for you:
- Tomislav Hlupić – Building a recommendation system for IPTV on a fast streaming architecture
The talk will be a mixture between a description of fast streaming architecture on which the system was built on and the IPTV recommender system developed by Poslovna inteligencija. The overview of the topic will be given in the introduction, following by a description of content delivery services and the data produced by them and how it is used in the customer experience. Next, the overview of recommender system will be given together with the architecture of the content analytics system and the implementation (including the algorithm) of the recommendation engine, which is a part of the content analytics system.
Tomislav will cover the architecture of the system and the implementation equally, not giving the priority to any of the parts. He plans to present the reasons for the system creation, the progress in the architecture based on tests and the final implementation of the algorithm, together with the presented difference between various algorithms used for same or similar purposes. The content of the topic is backed with the article on the mipro 2018 conference and is the current highlight of the Innovation & Development department in Poslovna inteligencija.
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There are still available tickets for the conference. Register here and join us!