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BayesiaLab Intro Course Completed!

We had eight happy campers, i.e. graduates, at the conclusion of the 3-day BayesiaLab introductory course this week in Los Angeles. Many more events to come next week at the 2nd Annual BayesiaLab User Conference! The next introductory course is already scheduled for November 19-21 in Washington, D.C.


Causal Inference Course Starts Today

27 scientists gathered this morning at UCLA to join Dr. Felix Elewert's course on Causal Inference with Directed Graphs. Please see the schedule for all the other events that are part of the 2nd Annual BayesiaLab User Conference.


BayesiaLab Intro Course at UCLA Starts Today

We're off to a great start!


Upcoming Bayesian Network Courses in Los Angeles

In two upcoming courses, to be hosted by Bayesia in September at UCLA, you can learn about the foundations of Probabilistic Graphical Models and Bayesian networks, and how to use them for applied research framework with BayesiaLab.

3-Day Introductory BayesiaLab Course, Sep. 16-18, at UCLA

3-Day Advanced BayesiaLab Course, Sep. 21-23, at UCLA


2nd Annual BayesiaLab User Conference at UCLA

In less than two months, BayesiaLab users from all over the world will be heading to Southern California. A week's worth of BayesiaLab courses and seminars will lead up to the 2nd Annual BayesiaLab User Conference on September 24, to be held at UCLA, the birthplace of Bayesian Networks. Guest of honor and keynote speaker is Professor Judea Pearl, the inventor of Bayesian Network and one of the world's foremost researchers in the field of causality.


Judea Pearl to Speak at BayesiaLab User Conference

We are delighted to announce that Professor Judea Pearl, the "father" of Bayesian networks, will be the keynote speaker at the 2014 BayesiaLab User Conference. "There could be no greater honor for the BayesiaLab user community than having Dr. Pearl join our event," says Dr. Lionel Jouffe, cofounder and CEO of Bayesia, who will be hosting the conference. Dr. Jouffe continues, "It is a very special privilege to hear directly from the man who created the Bayesian network paradigm. Our work at Bayesia, our research, and thus our livelihoods, all built upon Dr. Pearl's ingenuity. Without doubt, having him as a keynote speaker will not only be a highlight of our conference, rather, this occasion will mark a personal high point in my 20 years of studying Bayesian networks."