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BayesiaLab in Texas: Day 2—Austin

Today in Austin, Texas: BayesiaLab hosts two seminars about artificial intelligence, Bayesian networks, and causality. Next stop: San Antonio.


BayesiaLab in Texas: Day 1—Dallas

Our series of events in Texas started off this morning in Dallas with a two-hour seminar on artificial intelligence for research, analytics, and reasoning. Next Stop: Austin.


BayesiaLab at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center

Our seminars in Durham turned out to be a success. Over 20 scientists from the Research Triangle Park joined us for the day to learn about Artificial Intelligence, Bayesian Networks, and causal inference.


Seven Workshops in One Week

Last week was extremely busy for our BayesiaLab team. We hosted a total of seven workshops in Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Orange County. We'll be back on the West Coast, March 2-4, with our popular 3-Day Introductory BayesiaLab Course.


A.I. in AZ: BayesiaLab Workshop in Phoenix

We just concluded a full day of workshops at the University of Phoenix campus in Tempe, AZ. Now off to L.A. for four more events this week. Please join us in Gardena (Thu.) and in Costa Mesa (Fri.), there is still time to register.


First BayesiaLab Course of 2016 in New York

The first group of students in 2016 achieved the coveted BayesiaLab certification last week in New York City. Congratulations to all participants!


Causal Identification & Estimation for Pharma Companies

Many of the big names in Pharma were represented at last week's BayesiaLab workshop on causal identification and estimation in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Causality will be a core topic in our educational program in 2016. For instance, three more causal analysis workshops are scheduled for next week in Phoenix and Los Angeles. Remember, if you treat causality casually, you may introduce catastrophic biases into your research results!


First Workshop of the Year in New York City

A cold winter day in New York City didn't stop over 30 scientists to join us for our first BayesiaLab workshop of the year on January 4th at the NYU Kimmel Center. The event was all about Bayesian networks and Artificial Intelligence for research, analytics, and reasoning. This program continues next week in Phoenix and Los Angeles.


From New York to L.A., it's all about Bayesian networks!

Just having completed five events in New York City last week, our team is now heading to Los Angeles for four more BayesiaLab workshops next week. Learn about the important role of Bayesian networks in Artificial Intelligence and how to use them for research, analytics, and reasoning. It's not too late to register: http://www.bayesialab.com/2016-01-bayesialab-events-socal


Causal Identification & Estimation Workshop in Singapore

Forget Big Data, the true frontier in the field of analytics is causal inference! Today, Stefan Conrady hosted a workshop at Academia in Singapore on this very topic: causal identification and estimation with Directed Acyclic Graphs and Bayesian Networks. The infamous Simpson's Paradox example highlights how easy it is to make catastrophic errors in computing causal effects. If you couldn't make it to this workshop today, take a look at Chapter 10 in our new book, Bayesian Networks & BayesiaLab, which discusses this topic in detail.

2017 BayesiaLab Conference