Let´s bring together experts, data & analytics at the

Expert Forum Crisis Prevention

in Hamburg, September 21st 2020!

The Agenda:

September 20th, 7:00 pm - Welcome to Hamburg!

  • Icebreaker Session

September 21st, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm - Forum

  • Talk
  • Use and value of data in crisis detection and prevention – some examples
  • Workshops
  • Data we know, data we use, data we need, data we wish for and how we can use data – an expert’s point of view
  • Elaborating synergies: Where do I need support? Where can I help? How can we join forces?
  • Discussion of results and ideas to proceed
  • In between
  • Time to get to know each other, socialise, discuss ideas.

Safety and health of our participants have highest priority. Concerning the Corona virus COVID 19 we will follow the recommendations of the Robert-Koch-Institute and responsible government authorities and will inform you in case of necessary postponement.

The Location:

The forum will be held at the Hamburg Dockland, a spectacular building overlooking the river Elbe and the harbour.

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We are a young, innovative, fast growing enterprise within a well established corporation in the heart of Hamburg, Germany.

We develop next generation Smart Data Discovery Software, that will reshape user experience using artificial intelligence.
Our mission is to enable domain experts without expert knowledge in data science to interactively analyze their own questions, gain insights and come to decisions.

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