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    Proceedings of the 2023 Delaware Data Science Symposium
    (Data Science Institute of the University of Delaware, 2023-09-22) Bagozzi, Benjamin E.; Abou Ali, Hanan; Blaustein, Michael; Blinova, Daria; Buler, Jeffrey; Carney, Lynette; Chandrasekaran, Sunita; Davey, Adam; Fleischhacker, Adam; Ostovari, Mina; Peart, Daniel; Smith, Sam; Tawiah, Nii Adjetey; Wu, Cathy H.
    The 2023 Delaware Data Science Symposium was held on September 22nd with a primary focus on the role of data science in financial technology (FinTech) and health equity. The Symposium was organized by the University of Delaware’s (UD’s) Data Science Institute (DSI) with support from Tech Impact, Dupont, Kendal Corporation, Intellitec Solutions, UD’s Library, Museums, & Press, the UD Career Center, the UD Graduate College, the UD Master of Science in Data Science Program, UD’s Artificial Intelligence Center of Excellence (AICOE), and the DSI. It represented the fourth Delaware Data Science Symposium hosted at the University of Delaware, and the third such Symposium since the DSI’s inception. Altogether, the Symposium saw over 280 registered attendees from the University of Delaware and partner institutions across the Mid-Atlantic and beyond. The 2023 Delaware Data Science Symposium included multiple keynote speakers, a series of initiative & lightning talks, a poster session, a panel on data science-driven equity from healthcare, FinTech, community, and educational perspectives, and a session on UD’s summer 2023 Data Science (DS) + Artificial Intelligence (AI) Hackathon. Alongside these sessions, the Symposium also facilitated two associated satellite events. The first was a September 21st Data Science and Analytics Open House for UD graduate programs focused on data science and analytics. The second was a September 25th workshop on the use of MATLAB for low-code AI.
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