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Thu, 19 May


Bayes Esports

Berlin AI Guild dinner

Join the AI expert community for a lively dinner discussion of use cases and emerging methods in data science and machine learning.

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Berlin AI Guild dinner
Berlin AI Guild dinner

Time & Location

19 May 2022, 19:00 – 21:30 CEST

Bayes Esports, Kottbusser Str. 11, 10999 Berlin, Germany

About the event

Your hosts for the dinner are: Chris Armbruster and Dânia Meira

Thank you to Dr. Darina Goldin for offering the office space for our community gathering this month!

Hosted by Bayes Esports

Bayes Esports is the world’s leading esports data provider. Within just two years, our team of 60 professionals has built an unmatched, diverse ecosystem of 175+ data consumers. We cover all relevant use cases from media, to service providers, analytic companies to betting operators, and community partners. With BEDEX, our global, best-in-class data platform, we provide the fastest, most reliable, and accurate esports data on the market, powering top-tier clients from Google to Bet365 with more than 10.000 live matches per year.

The AI Guild dinner is a community event for data practitioners in tech, product, and business.

  • Two and a half hours of lovely food and intense discussions on issues moving companies and practitioners.
  • Network with the experts present, and get direct feedback on your questions.
  • Explore the practical benefits of the AI Guild for your career, freelance roles, and professional development generally.

The AI Guild

  1. 1400+ members, typically having 2 to 20 years of experience in Data Analytics, Data Engineering, Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Computer Vision, NLP MLOps, and more.
  2. Members set the highest standard in AI with accreditation, covering the 13 critical areas of professional practice.
  3. We support companies deploying data analytics and machine learning.

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The AI Guild events follow the local health regulations.

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