MDI’s Linkage Seminar Series Presents: Improving Linkages with Neural Nets
You are invited to
MDI’s Linkage Seminar Series:
Improving Linkages with Neural Nets
Thursday, January 14
1-2 PM ET
Please join the Massive Data Institute at Georgetown University for the next installment of our Linkage Seminars. Matthew Tamayo-Rios from Open Lattice will join Amy O’Hara to discuss augmenting rules-based matching systems with neural networks to drive better accuracy and linkages. They will discuss efforts to minimize errors and improve precision and recall.
Topics covered include:
*Neural networks and their features and issues
*Exact matching problems
*Interpreting weights with different approaches
*Blended methodology with rules-based matching
*Case studies and examples
Guest Speaker: Matthew Tamayo-Rios
Matthew Tamayo-Rios is the founder and CEO of OpenLattice, a team of determined optimists helping core societal institutions support thriving communities that deliver on the promise of liberty and justice for all. He got an early start in computer security and data science, hacking his mother’s point of sale retail system at the age of nine for ice cream. Since then, he has worked on security and identity at Microsoft and developed tools for analysis, auditing, and federated authentication for Palantir’s state and local government team. Matthew holds double degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from RPI, a Master’s in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington, and has received three information security patents.