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Graph Database Sydney Meetup: Exploring Power of Connected Data (July Edition)

Join us on July 20th at Microsoft Reactor Sydney for an immersive evening dedicated to exploring the untapped potential of graph databases! Whether you’re a data enthusiast, a developer, or a business professional interested in leveraging connected data, this meetup is the perfect platform to connect with industry experts, share insights, and discover the latest trends in graph database technology.

During this engaging event, we will dive deep into the world of graph databases and their diverse applications across industries. Be prepared for captivating talks, interactive sessions, and collaborative discussions that will expand your knowledge and inspire you to harness the power of graph databases in your projects.

The agenda of the evening would be:
– 5pm: doors open
– 5.30pm: announcements and welcome
– 5.40pm: 1st Talk
– 6.10pm: 2nd Talk
– 6.40pm: Networking
– 7.10pm: doors close

🎤 Paul Newland, Founder and Managing Director, Network Capital Economics
Talk: Networked financial risk – the power of connected data
  • Discover how connected data and graph visualization unlock insights into financial and economic risk.
  • Explore the impact of incentives, information flow, and collective intelligence on performance.
  • See how visualizing networks helps navigate complex business environments and make informed decisions.
  • Speaker Bio: Paul has over 25 years of experience in technical, advisory and executive roles across reinsurance, investment banking and capital markets. He is passionate about the role of innovation in transforming businesses and economies.

    🎤 Dr. Adam Turner, Google Cloud
    Talk: Using Graph Embeddings for suspicious Bitcoin transactions
    Summary: This talk describes how to find features of ransomware Bitcoin transactions from graph embeddings using Neo4j Graph Data Science.
    Speaker Bio:
  • PhD Security Studies & Criminology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
  • 2 years with Google Cloud Consulting.
  • 10+ years in Munich, Germany

  • Venue: Microsoft Reactor Sydney, lvl 10/11 York St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

    Interested to speak at this or future meetups? Fill this form:

    Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity to dive into the world of graph databases, connect with professionals, and stay ahead of the curve. RSVP now and join us on July 20th for the Graph Database Sydney Meetup at Microsoft Reactor Sydney!

    Note: Stay tuned to our meetup page for updates on the final agenda and speaker lineup.

    We look forward to seeing you there!
    Level 10, 11-31 York Street Sydney 2000 Australia + Google Map
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