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Alexander Gray and Martin Hack to Speak at DataWeek on Machine Learning's Approach to Big Data Analytics

September 24, 2012 - SAN JOSE, CA

Skytree executives, Alexander Gray, Ph.D., co-founder and CTO, and Martin Hack, co-founder, president, and CEO, will speak about the burgeoning data science of machine learning at DataWeek in San Francisco on Monday, September 24 at 11:00am. Gray and Hack will explain the way machine learning works and why it is the best approach to big data analytics. The speakers will draw on personal experience to give insight into these new technology advancements and the practical applications for businesses.

Alexander Gray - CTO and Co-Founder, Skytree
Martin Hack - President, CEO, and Co-Founder, Skytree

DataWeek is the largest data conference in San Francisco, with speakers and attendees from large enterprises to new startups, interested in technology development and innovation in cloud, data, and analytics.

Machine learning is on the forefront of the big data boom, and Skytree's Alexander Gray and Martin Hack are national authorities on machine learning technology and its applications. Their experience and expertise in the data science space will give unbeatable insights into the potential machine learning brings to the big data analytics space.

Monday, September 24, 2012
11:00am - 12:00pm PDT

SPUR Urban Center, 4th floor
654 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
For additional details contact Lisa Kelaita, 415-518-8986, or visit the DataWeek website

About Skytree
Skytree is a big data analytics company that enables organizations to perform machine learning and other advanced analytics methods on massive amounts of data. The unique Skytree analytics engine delivers unsurpassed performance over existing solutions. It is easy to deploy and can provide close to real-time response rates. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and the team has over four decades of technology and state-of-the-art scalable machine learning experience, providing guidance to some of the world's most demanding and data intensive environments such as the Large Hadron Collider, NASA and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. For more information visit Follow Skytree on Twitter: @SkytreeHQ.

About Data Week
DataWeek is a 6-Day Conference & Festival in downtown San Francisco. After hosting the Data 2.0 Conference 2011 and the Data 2.0 Summit 2012 the team's goal is to organize the largest data-centric conference & festival in the nation. Each day of DataWeek has a different business and technology focus ranging from the Saturday and Sunday startup and developer activities to industry-specific Labs on September 24th through 27th. Data 2.0 believes the data revolution is when business and society realize that data is not just how you analyze your business: data is your business. The opportunity to succeed in business, technology, and society happens when we join a new ecosystem of data feeds, data infrastructure, data technologies, and data markets. Corporations today are unlocking the value in their terabytes of data, city governments are opening up their city data for public use, and thousands of "data startups" are building on top of emerging social data feeds.

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For More Information, contact:
Lisa Kelaita
New Venture Communications
(415) 518-8986


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