Probability Theory Meetups

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This group started as semi-regular cafe meetings between friends and extended friends to discuss all things related to data analysis, data-driven decisions and Python programming language. We would like to see people in all levels of interest and exp

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Dataheads
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Bayesian statistics, probabilistic programming, nonparametric bayes, scalable inference, and other goodness. This meetup is for Bayesian data scientists.

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Bayesian Data Scientists
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How do we make and enact better decisions? In the early 1970s, a retailer, projecting their growth forward into the future, began construction on a 108 story office building in downtown Chicago. It was never fully used by the company and large portio

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Aspiring Rationalists
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Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability

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Members
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Hello! This is a group devoted to the art of human rationality, in the style of Less Wrong. We’re like Melbourne Less Wrong but, y’know, farther west. Join us to geek out on science, philosophy, and self-improvement. We may talk about things like con

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This meet up is for anyone interested in quantum mechanics, special relativity, the grand unification and theoretical or hypothetical quandaries into the quantum world. This Meetup is meant to inspire a collaborative group of people to help one anoth

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Grand Unifires
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What is the Matrix? The Matrix is, indeed, real. Come to a group gathering where you will begin to learn about what The Matrix truly is, how you are a part of it, and how to free yourself from it. This is a free meeting. All you have to do is come wi

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Truth Seekers
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A discussion group and social club where people interested in the rationalist community's idea cluster can hang out in meatspace. For the first meetup we'll play some board games as an icebreaker, get to know each other, and talk about what we want o

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August 18, 2015

A discussion group and social club where people interested in the rationalist community's idea cluster can hang out in meatspace. For the first meetup we'll play some board games as an icebreaker, get to know each other, and talk about what we want o

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Members
March 1, 2015

What is the Matrix? The Matrix is, indeed, real. Come to a group gathering where you will begin to learn about what The Matrix truly is, how you are a part of it, and how to free yourself from it. This is a free meeting. All you have to do is come wi

25
Truth Seekers
January 13, 2015

This group started as semi-regular cafe meetings between friends and extended friends to discuss all things related to data analysis, data-driven decisions and Python programming language. We would like to see people in all levels of interest and exp

380
Dataheads
July 16, 2014

Hello! This is a group devoted to the art of human rationality, in the style of Less Wrong. We’re like Melbourne Less Wrong but, y’know, farther west. Join us to geek out on science, philosophy, and self-improvement. We may talk about things like con

78
people
April 29, 2014

Bayesian statistics, probabilistic programming, nonparametric bayes, scalable inference, and other goodness. This meetup is for Bayesian data scientists.

164
Bayesian Data Scientists
March 24, 2013

This meet up is for anyone interested in quantum mechanics, special relativity, the grand unification and theoretical or hypothetical quandaries into the quantum world. This Meetup is meant to inspire a collaborative group of people to help one anoth

29
Grand Unifires
January 15, 2013

Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability­

97
Members
September 4, 2012

How do we make and enact better decisions? In the early 1970s, a retailer, projecting their growth forward into the future, began construction on a 108 story office building in downtown Chicago. It was never fully used by the company and large portio

162
Aspiring Rationalists
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