For the sixth year in a row, world-renowned data mining visionaries will share their expertise at M2003 (visit, a premier data mining and analysis conference. Hosted by SAS, this year's conference will be held at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada, October 13 and 14. The change in venue to Las Vegas – has come largely because of the conference's great success; M2002 reached capacity at more than 400 attendees.

M2003 is chaired by Terry Woodfield, statistical services specialist in the Education Division at SAS, and Jaideep Srivastava, professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota and formerly the chief data mining architect at Amazon. With eight session track topics and more than 30 speakers (Visit representing the worlds of business, government and academia, the conference promises to address the latest advances and best practices in the industry and offer something for everyone interested in the rapidly changing field of data mining.

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