ISODS is announcing two additional competition tracks for high school students in the 4th International Competition in Data Science & Artificial Intelligence, including Statistical Data Science, and Data Structures & Algorithms with Python. The content is suitable for their levels of experiences.
The 3rd Annual International Competition in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence has reached the finish line. There are 142 teams that participated in 4 different tracks including Structured Data, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, and Statistical Data Science. We thank the hard work of all the committee members, especially the ones who were directly involved in setting up the problem sets, communicating with competitors, and grading. We thank Addison Howard at Kaggle and Laurie White at Google for their support, and the authors of the datasets for their contributions.
Welcome to the 3rd Annual International Data Science & AI Competition (a.k.a. Boston Datathon) - March 28 to June 19, organized by The International Society of Data Scientists. The competition is to create a playground for young Data Scientists to grow skills, knowledge, experience, and collaboration for their career path.
The International Society of Data Scientists is honored to announce the competition committee for the 3rd Annual International Data Science & AI Competition for the year 2022. The committee includes university professors globally as well as industry data science and AI leaders around the world. The competition is for university students with interests in Data Science and AI at all levels (undergraduate, master's, and Ph.D), to be hosted on Kaggle platform in several tracks, such as Computer Vision, NLP, and structured data tentatively.
The International Society of Data Scientists (www.isods.org) is going to organize the 3rd Annual International Competition in Data Science & AI in the year of 2022. We welcome members as well as non-members to join the competition committee to support the community.
The International Society of Data Scientists delights in sharing the news regarding the title "Top Voice in Data Science & AI of the Year 2021" this year. The selected top voice of 2021 is Steve Nouri from Australia, founder of AI4Diversity. Steve is recognized internationally by many data science professionals via many inspirational posts of his in the area of AI and Data Science on Linkedin.
As usual, it is time this year ISODS (The International Society of Data Scientists) announces the selected individual for the title "The Most Influential Young Data Scientist of the Year 2021" - Alex Wang, from Australia. Alex received an MEng in Data Science from the University of Sydney, and an MIT from University of Technology Sydney, and BS from Tianjin University of Technology. She has been in various Data Science roles in the industry. Alex has been actively sharing her learning experience to her network on Linkedin via her profile.
The International Society of Data Scientists has been taking the first step in standardizing the foundations for Data Science and AI professions. We started working with ACTEX on preparing Data Science study materials for Data Science professional exams. The Professional Exam Committee was established to advise related activities.
We are pleased to invite you to attend the Online Award Day of the Second International Data Science Competition (a.k.a the Annual Olympia Datathon) on Sunday 3/14, organized by The International Society of Data Scientists and Scriptedin Corporation. The event is combined with the nomination for the Most Influential Data Scientist of the Year 2020.
We at the International Society of Data Scientists are very pleased to announce the selected individual for the title "Top Voice in Data Science & AI of the Year 2020", T. Scott Clendaniel. The individual is selected from a very competitive list of individuals in the field of Data Science & AI.
The International Society of Data Scientists is pleased to announce the selected individual for the title "The Most Influential Young Data Scientist of the Year 2020", Abhishek Kumar Annamraju, from India. Abhishek is a Computer Vision and Deep Learning researcher, with interests in the fields of computational neuroscience and neuroplasticity. He was introduced to these areas during his engineering at Bits Pilani University. Since then he has worked on multiple subdomains of data science discipline, published researches in journals such as IET, AIVP, etc, and contributed to opensource community.