The Women in Data Science is a one-day technical conference that provides an opportunity to hear about the latest data science-related research in a number of domains, learn how leading-edge companies are using data science for success, and connect with potential mentors and collaborators in the field.
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TOTAL is a sponsor of WIDS (Women in Data Science) Conference in partnership with Stanford University.
Besides the WIDS @Stanford, a WIDS Paris event is organized this year by TOTAL One R&D and HR corporate division in TOTAL headquarter, Coupole, March 4, afternoon: Save the Date.
A datathlon challenge is proposed one month before WIDS events:
Contact for TOTAL: Christiane KAMDEM and Mériam CHEBRE, WiDS Ambassadors.
The 2nd Annual Women in Data Science (WiDS) Datathon has begun! We invite you to join us in this predictive analytics competition focused on social impact.
This year, the Global WiDS team, the West Big Data Innovation Hub, and the WiDS Datathon Committee have partnered with Planet and Figure Eight to bring more than 20,000 labeled satellite images to participants. The WiDS Datathon challenge using Kaggle’s online platform is to create a model that predicts the presence of oil palm plantations. Read more in this Ready, Set, Go! The WiDS 2019 Datathon article.
The WiDS Datathon aims to inspire women worldwide to get involved in data science, and to create a supportive environment for women to connect with others in their community. The WiDS Datathon is open to individuals or teams of up to 4, with each team comprised of a minimum of 50% women (individuals identifying as female). Team members can participate remotely and include anyone from those new to data science to veterans of the field.
The Datathon will close on February 27. The top three winners will be announced at the WiDS Conference at Stanford University on March 4, 2019.
Take the challenge today, and submit up to 5 solutions a day while the datathon remains open, tracking your progress on the Kaggle leaderboard.
We’re so excited to see your entries!
-The WiDS Datathon Committee