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Events, Workshops and Courses

This page is where you’ll find news about upcoming events organized by Replica Analytics, events that we are sponsoring / supporting, or where we will be presenting, including talks, workshops, webinars, courses and conferences. Check back often to stay informed.

Upcoming Events


Tutorial: Data Augmentation With Synthesis

May 6th, 2021  | 11 am EDT  to 12:30pm EDT | Online

Some of the compelling use cases for synthetic data generation are data amplification and data augmentation. These are two different use cases for synthetic data. The former allows you to create more observations for data-hungry AI and machine learning analytics, and the latter allows you to simulate virtual patients to enlarge the dataset when the amount of real patient data is small by design or inadvertently (e.g., due to low recruitment or attrition in clinical research studies).  This hands-on tutorial will show you how to synthesize larger datasets using a GUI-based tool and has a portion for R programmers.

This tutorial is free but registration is required.


Presentation: Accelerating AI With Synthetic Data

May 17th - 18th, 2021  | Mayo Clinic AI Symposium 2021 | Online

Khaled El Emam will be presenting at the Mayo Clinic AI Symposium on 18th May. The presentation will provide an overview of the use cases leveraging synthetic data specifically for the development and validation of AI models. Also, since data synthesis is an application of AI methods, there will be some coverage of generative models in this session.

This presentation is part of a continuing education program and therefore registration is required and there is an attendance fee.