AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 07: A data scientist uses a smart thermostat at the Australian Office of Statistics’ (AOS) ‘Data Science and Analytics’ (DSAA) conference in Melbourne, Australia, February 07, 2021.
AAS: AO/MRC/Getty ImagesFor example, the smart thermo system at the AOS is able to control the heating, cooling, and air conditioning of a home to ensure a cool home is always available to use and enjoy.
The smart thermonuclear system is able not only to detect when the house is on or off, but also to control other elements of the home including air conditioning and air-conditioning systems.
The home’s sensors are able to monitor the state of the air conditioner and air intake system, which could help in the event of an emergency.
The AOS also provides access to its own ‘smart data network’ (SNN), which allows data scientists to create machine learning models for data that is fed into their models.
The SNN also allows data analysts to create predictive models that predict the outcomes of events such as earthquakes, flooding, heat, humidity, and other factors that affect a city’s health.
These are the types of things that could benefit from a data scientist who has the experience of developing and running a data network in order to gain insights and predict the health of an area or city.
In the next few months, data scientists from the Australian Institute of Information Technology (AIT) are attending the Data Science and AI Conference in Australia.
The conference has become a major event for the AIT, which has seen a number of data scientists join the ranks of scientists attending data science conferences worldwide.
The AIT has also become a platform for the data science community in Australia to come together to network and share data with each other.
At the AICI conference, which takes place from March 9-12, 2019, the theme for the third day is ‘The future of data science.’
The focus of the conference will be on the emerging field of Data Science, which will include topics such as the use of machine learning and AI in healthcare, the future of artificial intelligence and robotics, and how to best utilize the capabilities of new technologies to improve health and the environment.
This theme will focus on the ‘Big Data’ – data generated by technology and used to provide insights to improve the health and quality of life.
The focus will also be on developing a data science pipeline that will enable businesses to capture, interpret and share this data for business use.
For more information, please visit: https://www.datascience.australia.edu.au/