Events

Upcoming Events, Workshops & Presentations
 

January 


Cybera Roadshow: Making the Most of Alberta’s Public, Digital Resources – Edmonton

January 30, 2020   |   12:00 PM – 4:00 PM MST  |  Amii (Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute)  |  Edmonton, AB   |   more info

This free half-day session will review existing digital resources for Alberta’s public and education sectors that create efficiencies and improve computational literacy. It will also identify existing gaps.

Representatives from Cybera will provide an overview of its new 2019-22 strategy, as well as the services its members have access to.

This is an opportunity for participants to learn more about the work Cybera is doing to help Alberta succeed, as well as build collaborations with local schools, libraries, and research and government institutions.

Register

 

February 


The Hows and Whys of Data Science for Alberta Businesses​ (Edmonton)

February 11, 2020   |   12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST  |  Entrepreneur Centre  |  Edmonton, AB   |   more info

Now more than ever, organizations of all sizes — from start-ups to large-scale corporations — are looking at how they can benefit by using machine learning and data science.

However, as your business or organization dives into these areas, you likely have questions. You could be wondering, “how do I start?”, “how do I measure success?”, or, “who do I need to add to my team?”

In this session, the data science team at Cybera will provide you with an introductory overview into data science, talk about how you can apply it in your area of expertise, share resources that you can leverage, and discuss what you may need to start your own data science project. We’ll also share success stories from Alberta organizations currently using data science.

Register

The Hows and Whys of Data Science for Alberta Businesses (Red Deer)​

February 12, 2020   |   12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST  | Cornerstone Dining Room – Red Deer College  |  Red Deer, AB   |   more info

Now more than ever, organizations of all sizes — from start-ups to large-scale corporations — are looking at how they can benefit by using machine learning and data science.

However, as your business or organization dives into these areas, you likely have questions. You could be wondering, “how do I start?”, “how do I measure success?”, or, “who do I need to add to my team?”

In this session, the data science team at Cybera will provide you with an introductory overview into data science, talk about how you can apply it in your area of expertise, share resources that you can leverage, and discuss what you may need to start your own data science project. We’ll also share success stories from Alberta organizations currently using data science.

Register

The Hows and Whys of Data Science for Alberta Businesses​ (Calgary)

February 18, 2020   |   12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST  |  Work Nicer Red Mile  |  Calgary, AB   |   more info

Now more than ever, organizations of all sizes — from start-ups to large-scale corporations — are looking at how they can benefit by using machine learning and data science.

However, as your business or organization dives into these areas, you likely have questions. You could be wondering, “how do I start?”, “how do I measure success?”, or, “who do I need to add to my team?”

In this session, the data science team at Cybera, in partnership with Startup Calgary will provide you with an introductory overview into data science, talk about how you can apply it in your area of expertise, share resources that you can leverage, and discuss what you may need to start your own data science project. We’ll also share success stories from Alberta organizations currently using data science.

Register

 

Cybera Roadshow: Making the Most of Alberta’s Public, Digital Resources – Calgary

February 20, 2020   |   12:00 PM – 4:00 PM MST  |  Mount Royal University  |  Calgary, AB   |   more info

This free half-day session will review existing digital resources for Alberta’s public and education sectors that create efficiencies and improve computational literacy. It will also identify existing gaps.

Representatives from Cybera will provide an overview of its new 2019-22 strategy, as well as the services its members have access to.

This is an opportunity for participants to learn more about the work Cybera is doing to help Alberta succeed, as well as build collaborations with local schools, libraries, and research and government institutions.

Register