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Big Data Demystified | Nature writes the best algorithms

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Big Data Demystified | Nature writes the best algorithms

Sunday, Jan 27, 2019, 6:00 PM

hashelosha st 2, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv-Yafo Tel Aviv-Yafo, al

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Agenda: 18:00 networking and gathering 18:30 “GCP Big Data Demystified | Big data Journey”, Omid Vahdaty 19:15 “Nature writes the best algorithms”, Yigal Goldfine Omid Vahdaty, Big Data Ninja and Meetup orgenizer ———————————————————————– in this lecture (first in a serias of lectures) we …

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Yigal Goldfine Bio

I have the privilege of leading the research and algorithm fields in PandoLogic for the past two years.

I try to solve problems and crack puzzles on a daily basis… Before focusing on algorithms I was a programmer, team leader and R&D director for several years.

I have a BSc in computer science, and also BSc in biotechnology engineering which sometimes gives me the opportunity to approach some of the challenges from a different angle.

About Nature writes the best algorithms

We were struggling with a very challenging problem – and every path we took lead us to a dead end…

We then chose a new technique – Biomimicry. During this session, I will present the concept of Biomimicry algorithms –

biological processes are inherently algorithms that nature has designed to solve computational problems.

I will also demonstrate some of the concepts of treating job postings as a flock of birds.

By the end of the session, you will have a new perspective on nature and potentially a new tool in your problem-solving kit.





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