Episode 8: Model Validation
Join us for our next episode of Neterium Talks on November 23rd, where we'll be delving into the fascinating topic of Model Validation with Pascal Aerens, CPO at Neterium and Maxime Westphal, Full Stack Developer at Neterium.
To measure the performance and quality of the model in the light of our users' risk policies, Neterium has also developed a unique Model Validation tool. It relies on "predictive accuracy" to measure how close the model's predictions will be to what happens. A simple user interface allows uploading a data file, then provides a visual overview and comparison of multiple runs with different configurations and allows review of all test cases and scenarios in detail, highlighting conflicting or inconsistent expectations to suggest a new configuration for another run.
As always, we'll start with a quick overview of key updates in the space by Christopher Stringham, followed by a deep dive into a specific subject. The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.
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