Celebrating π day at the office thanks to the nice people of people.io
Now Reading: “Weapons of Math Destruction” by Cathy O’Neil.
In the two and a half years (or so) since I left academia for industry, I’ve worked with a number of math majors and math PhDs outside of academia and talked to a number of[…]
Exploring around the interwebs, I came across this article by Rupert Goodwins in ArsTechnica about debunking myths about Artificial Intelligence. HAL 9000 in the film 2001. It is a good read and it you have a[…]
Much has been said in pro and against the use of pie charts… And the discussion is by no means something new For example in 1923, the American economist Karl G. Karsten warned us against[…]
In a lot of machine learning and data science applications, it is not unusual to use matrices to represent data. It is indeed a very convenient way to keep the information but also to do[…]
It’s not who has the best algorithm that wins. It’s who has the most data!
This is a reblog of DataMarket blog. We’re frequently asked: What is the best tool to visualize data? There is obviously no single answer to that question. It depends on the task at hand, and[…]