Using Cohort Analysis with Open Source Datasets for Strategic, Operational,...
AAIR Regional Dinner Meeting, Sydney
AAIR is proud to announce that it is hosting its second regional dinner meeting in Sydney in February. We invite you to come along, enjoy a meal and great company, listen to a speaker renowned in the higher ed space, and network the night away!
* 6.00pm Doors open
* 6.45pm Dinner served
* 7.15pm Speaker
* 8.15pm Networking
Ticket price includes buffet dinner, drink voucher, presentation and great company.
Anthony (Tony) Nolan, OAM is an intelligence analyst who practices data science within the Commonwealth government. Tony is also a volunteer data scientist with the NSW Police Force and NSW Fire and Rescue. Tony is a Fellow and founding member of the Institute of Analytics Professionals Australia, and a member and previous board member of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers. He is also Chair of Communications Committee SSIT Australia Chapter.
Tony is often called a ‘Data Evangelist’, and spends much of his time speaking about data, publishing mini posts, and is currently writing a book called Data Science My Way.
Tony is also one of the few people to have scored a perfect IQ test result, and he has Asperger’s, ADHD, and mild dyslexia. Tony is very passionate about helping people understand their abilities, turning their disabilities into abilities, and helping them to achieve their educational goals, something he never got the opportunity to do. Tony received an Order of Australia Medal for his community work with law enforcement, and the gifted community.
Cohort analysis is a digital profiling technique developed by Tony, and is a combination of digital hash scores and relativity transformations using a system of systems approach. It has been applied to a range of issues, including the common reporting scheme, the Panama Papers, weather prediction, law enforcement and emergency services tasking and predicting modelling.
Tony will cover how open source datasets from the ABS and UN/World Bank can be turned into data sequences to identify cohorts in a target population for strategic, operational and tactical activities.
The Venue (About Casa)
Located on Sydney's iconic waterfront at King Street Wharf, Casa Ristorante Italiano is a hive of activity all year round. Inspired by the artistic and historic city of Naples, Casa's large open terrace is an eclectic mix of the cobbled streets of Napoli and the sleek modern architecture of Sydney city.
Casa’s extensive menu is a delicious fusion of contemporary and traditional dishes inspired by seasonality.
You will be hotsed in their 'Exclusive Private Dining Room' allowing up to 45 guests seated, and featuring double french doors that lead onto the Alfresco terrace, The Privato private dining room offers a luxurious space for our dinner meeting.
How To Get There
The closest train stations are WYNARD and TOWN HALL.
SECURE PARKING - 186 Sussex Street
$6 VIP Parking available with every reservation (enquire 24 hours prior to your booking on 02 9279 4115)
SUN PARKING – 261-293 Kent St
In the basement levels of Westpac Tower. There are entrances on Sussex Street and Kent Street.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions about this event, please contact the AAIR Secretariat at email@example.com.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, you can transfer your ticket to another delgate, but you will need to email the AAIR Secretariat as above to advise of this change at least two days before the event.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, please bring either a printed copy of your ticket, or the ticket on you phone will also suffice.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds are only available up to one week prior to the event.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, if someone else purchased your ticket for you and their name is on the ticket, please email the AAIR Secretariat to advise of this variation at least two days prior to the event.
Thank you, we hope you enjoy AAIR's first Regional Dinner Meeting in Sydney!