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Andreas Müller received his PhD in machine learning from the University of Bonn. After working

as a machine learning researcher on computer vision applications at Amazon for a year, he

recently joined the Center for Data Science at the New York University. In the last four years, he

has been maintainer and one of the core contributor of scikit-learn, a machine learning toolkit

widely used in industry and academia, and author and contributor to several other widely used

machine learning packages. His mission is to create open tools to lower the barrier of entry for

machine learning applications, promote reproducible science and democratize the access to highquality

machine learning algorithms.Sarah is a data scientist who has spent a lot of time working in

start-ups. She loves Python, machine learning, large quantities of data, and the tech world. She is

an accomplished conference speaker, currently resides in New York City, and attended the

University of Michigan for grad school. Read more

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