Watch our first ever virtual commencement celebrating the accomplishments of our Professional Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM) and our first graduating class of the Data Science and Analytics (DSA) program.
With a massive share of the workforce operating out of home offices, cybersecurity in business has never been more vital.
That was one of the major takeaways from this month’s Thought Leaders discussion, which was hosted virtually on April 16 by Hodgson Russ LLP attorneys Gary Schober and Patrick Fitzsimmons.
“I think the result of the coronavirus and what people are going through right now is that people are pushed out of their comfort zone,” said Joaquin Carbonara, chair of the interdisciplinary unit in data science and analytics at SUNY Buffalo State.
Bob Lytle, an American entrepreneur, has come full circle after co-founding his company in Canada. It was always the plan to expand back into the States, and, with the recent opening of an office in Buffalo, Rel8ed.to, his artificial intelligence data company, has received help from experts in cross-border relations.
Our very own Dr. Carbonara was recently interviewed by Buffalo Bussiness First on his launch of his new Data Analytics program at SUNY Buffalo State. This link leads to the article for subscribers to Buffalo Business First. Here is a small excerpt from the article:
"Both Canisius College and SUNY Buffalo State have launched new degrees in data analytics recently, seeking to meet the vast employer demand for database experts."
Build a Better Buffalo with Data Analytics
On June 27, SUNY Buffalo State hosted Build a Better Buffalo with Data Analytics Across Disciplines (BBB-DAAD), a networking and brainstorming session for local professionals to engage in problem-solving by utilizing data analytics to promote collaboration among diverse local industries. The gathering was a kickoff to a series of similar events that will feature crowdsourcing of ideas, hackathons, and other practices to address some of the topics discussed...read more
Data science job openings are expanding faster than the number of technologists looking for them, says job-search firm Indeed
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