Carlos Sarraute studied Mathematics at University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and holds a Ph.D. in Informatics Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA). He has worked as a specialized researcher in cryptography, information security, vulnerability research, data science and social network analysis. He participated in scientific collaborations with MIT, City College of New York, INRIA Paris and ENS Lyon among others. He has presented his work in conferences such as ASONAM, KDD and NetMob, and has published in several journals including Nature Communications. He is currently Sr Data Science Manager at Wildlife Studios, working on modeling and predicting human dynamics of millions of players.
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Día 4 – Container C
Data Science challenges in the mobile games industry
16:45 - 17:15 GMT-3Games provide interactive, immersive environments, with a great capacity to capture the players' attention. How can we get our games into the hands of many players? How can we give them a better experience, wherein they feel involved and see value? All these questions can be answered with data, with billions of data points generated by players from around the world! This is the raw material that we use in the Data Science team at Wildlife Studios. We will talk about the challenges we face and some of the solutions we have developed.Data ScienceDevelopmentMachine LearningVideogamesVideojuegosDónde23 de octubre - Container Azul