— In the News —
We’ve all become accustomed to hearing about the rising demand for data scientists, but according to the latest research, the real talent crisis lies in data engineering. This report explains where the gaps are and where things are expected to go.
The top thinkers in AI spent a year reflecting on how advances in AI might affect life in a typical North American city – in areas as diverse as transportation, health care and education. This is the first report from Stanford's One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence.
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— Tools and Techniques —
If you analyze data without considering causality, you open your results to the possibility of enormous biases. This article explores causality and how to work with it.
Part 5 of the popular Machine Learning is Fun series.
— Resources —
Academic Torrents is a distributed system for sharing enormous datasets - for researchers, by researchers. The result is a scalable, secure, and fault-tolerant repository for data, with blazing fast download speeds.
— Data Viz —
GeoViews is a new Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, oceanographic, weather, climate, and other real-world data.
A new R package called earthtones derives a color palette from any given location on Earth.
— Career —
Registration is required but it's free and this is a fantastic report that's based on a survey of nearly 1000 respondents.
Thinking about a PhD? Check out this retrospective by Andrej Karpathy for insights.