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Ladies of Data 2021

Date: Time: 14:00 Location: Online and High Tech Campus

An inclusive data driven conversation.

Be welcome to the second edition of Ladies of Data! An inclusive event for everyone who is interested in data science & diversity.

In the keynotes, be inspired by successful women in data science, the lessons they learned and their unique perspectives. Join our breakout sessions – hosted by a diverse set of speakers and moderators – for discussions about current hot topics in data science and AI.

More information about Ladies of Data 2021

This event is hosted by JADS, a collaboration between Tilburg University, TU/e, Gemeente ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Provincie Noord-Brabant focused on data science & entrepreneurship.

Breakout session speakers

Three researchers from Tilburg University are participating in the breakout sessions.

  • JADS - Maurits Kaptein

    Maurits Kaptein

    Professor of data science at the University of Tilburg and at JADS Den Bosch

    Prof. dr. Maurits Kaptein is CEO and co-founder of Scailable (www.scailable.net) and a professor of data science at the University of Tilburg and at JADS Den Bosch. Maurits his research work focusses on sequential learning (MAB problems), causal inference, and computational methods with application in health and marketing. Scailable aims to make the deployment of trained AI/ML models to embedded devices easy and secure.

  • Eric Postma - Klein

    Eric Postma

    Professor Artificial Intelligence at JADS and at the Cognitive Science and AI department of Tilburg University

    Eric Postma is professor Artificial Intelligence at JADS and at the Cognitive Science and AI department of Tilburg University. His recent work focuses on the study, evaluation and application of deep learning to signals and images. He considers the relation between AI and humans to be essential to its success.

  • Esther Keymolen

    Esther Keymolen

    Associate Professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society

    Esther Keymolen is an Associate Professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (Tilburg University). She has a background in philosophy of technology and postphenomenology. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in pop music. Her research focuses on the role of trust, trustworthiness and privacy in networked and smart environments.