Data events
By Chris Bongard
23rd November 2016

Events and conferences are a great way to stay up to date in such an ever-changing industry. Through industry events you can learn, update skills, meet new people and network with leading industry thought leaders.

Throughout this year we have looked at some of our top picks for data events and conferences, and with 2017 just around the corner we list some of our favourites to end the year with.

Take a look below for events and conferences in December:

AI Europe

5th – 6th December 2016

London, UK

As the name suggests this event purely focuses on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and where it will take us in the future. The event looks at how businesses can introduce and integrate AI in order to increase revenue. With over 50 industry speakers this event is not to be missed.

Can’t make it? Follow AI_Europe to keep up with the latest trends.

Chief Data Officer Summit

7th – 8th December 2016

New York, USA

This summit aims to bring together senior data professionals to discuss and debate how to create a data driven organisation, it will take a particular focus on data governance and security. The summit is attended by over 150 senior level professionals and over 20 industry speakers.

Can’t make it? Check out #ChiefDataNY throughout the summit.

Ten Steps to Data Quality

8th – 9th December 2016

London, UK

This 2 day seminar and workshop covers how to create data quality throughout the business. Throughout the seminar you will learn what the ten steps are and how to apply them to your business. The event is run by Danette McGilvray, author of 'Executing Data Quality Projects’.

Can’t make it? Follow IRMUK to stay up to date during the 2 days.

More industry events:

IEEE BigData 2016

5th – 8th December 2016

Washington, USA

Follow ieeebigdata to stay up to date with the latest trends.

Strata + Hadoop World

6th – 8th December 2016

Singapore

Keep an eye on #StrataHadoop to find out what is happening during the event.

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things

12th – 14th December 2016

Virginia, USA

Check out #IEEEWFIoT to keep up with the latest trends and ideas.

Which were your favourite events for 2016? Have you got any planned for next year? Let us know in the comments below

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