Well, if data mining is going to remain a constant in our lives. We might as well understand as much about the trends as we can. One good place to start might be at the M2005 conference.
CARY, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 3, 2005–SAS, the leader in business intelligence, is preparing to host M2005, the world’s largest data mining conference, this month in Las Vegas. M2005, scheduled for Oct. 24 and 25 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel, will feature new sessions, workshops and keynote presentations.
The eighth annual conference will highlight best practices in predictive analytics, unstructured data, Web mining and more. Last year’s conference, M2004, attracted more than 700 data mining practitioners and business decision makers from more than 340 business, academic, and government organizations in 21 countries, making it the largest data mining conference in the world. Attendees laud the conference as a venue for introducing not only new theoretical concepts and models but the latest data mining applications and creative techniques. These applications include bioinformatics, financial services, emerging technologies and data mining in education.
Co-chairs for M2005 are Jerry Oglesby, SAS’ director of higher education consulting, and Michael Berry, the co-founder and principal of Data Miners. “The quality of speakers and the relevance of the topics addressed during these two days are unparalleled,” said Oglesby. “M2005 is unequaled by any conference of its kind in providing attendees a forum for learning and exchanging new ideas.” [Read the rest]
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