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Stephen Dale

Data Bias Is Becoming A Massive Problem | Digital Tonto - 0 views

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    Machines, even virtual ones, have biases. They are designed, necessarily, to favour some kinds of data over others. Unfortunately, we rarely question the judgments of mathematical models and, in many cases, their biases can pervade and distort operational reality, creating unintended consequences that are hard to undo.
Gary Colet

Is It Time To Rethink The Scientific Method? | Digital Tonto - 0 views

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    Interesting article about how innovation is being democratised through wide accessibility to big/open data
Stephen Dale

Open enterprise case study: Syngenta | Open Data Institute - 0 views

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    Syngenta is a global agriculture business that helps farmers make better use of their available resources, primarily through agrochemical and seed production. In order to continue to advance crop productivity, it invested more than $1.4bn in research and development (R&D) across 150 international sites in 2014.
Stephen Dale

Artificial intelligence answering work-related questions made available in UK - BT - 2 views

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    Artificial intelligence that can understand and answer any work-related question it is asked has been made available in the UK for the first time.
Stephen Dale

Gartner Predicts Our Digital Future - Smarter With Gartner - 0 views

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    These scenarios describe two predictions in what will be an algorithmic and smart machine driven world where people and machines must define harmonious relationships.
Stephen Dale

Center for Evidence-Based Management - 0 views

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    The Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa) is a non-profit member organization dedicated to promoting evidence-based practice in the field of management. We provide support and resources to managers, consultants, organizations, teachers, academics and others interested in learning more about evidence-based management.
Stephen Dale

Gartner BI Summit 2016 Recap - Forecasting a Future of Data Everywhere | Pentaho - 1 views

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    Every industry is becoming an analytics industry because of the inclusion of data-driven technology. Traditional industries, such as healthcare and finance, are actually purchasing analytic technologies with the intent of becoming digital leaders in their industry. IoT is regarded as a future trend, and according to Gartner, by 2018, six billion connected things will be requesting data support. This requires tools that are future-proofed to handle the mass and types of data that Gartner is forecasting.
Stephen Dale

Visualising 40 years of organised crime in Mexico: NarcoData | Online Journalism Blog - 1 views

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    How has Mexico moved from 2 cartels in the 1970s to 9 cartels today? That is the question the Mexican website Animal Político wanted to answer when in January 2015 they started to work on NarcoData, a data journalism project that shows the evolution of 40 years of drug dealing in Mexico, home to the most violent cartels in the world.
Stephen Dale

8 Best Data Visualization Blogs of 2015: The Sites That Make the Internet Smart and Bea... - 1 views

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    A curated list of the best data visualisation blogs - seeing is believing!
Stephen Dale

Investigation: Police shootings - Washington Post - 1 views

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    The Washington Post's stats on every fatal police shooting this year, over 900 so far.
Stephen Dale

An Introduction to Data Visualization - DataViz - 1 views

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    One of the hottest tools in the market right now: Tableau. You can download Tableau Public for free at: https://public.tableau.com/s/
Stephen Dale

Free Data Visualization Software | Tableau Public - 0 views

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    One of the hottest tools in the market right now: Tableau.
Stephen Dale

Data Visualizations: A Beginner's Guide to Finding Stories in Numbers | Visual Learning... - 1 views

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    Finding useful knowledge nuggets amongst the torrents of data is a skill in itself. Creating insightful stories that bring the data to life is an emergent skill practiced by data journalists. An excellent article with lots of useful references for anyone who aspires to blend data analytics with storytelling.
Stephen Dale

Communicating statistics with the media: Anthony Reuben - YouTube - 0 views

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    How should statisticians be communicating with the media? This meeting explores the relationship between statisticians, journalists and the public, and the statistician's role in providing expert statistical comments on media stories. Speakers present their experiences of working with the media, reflecting on the challenges of communicating statistical ideas for non-technical audiences, whilst preserving the integrity of the story
Stephen Dale

Analytics, Data Mining, and Data Science - 0 views

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    Curated website of all things about Big Data, Analytics etc.
Stephen Dale

Data Is Useless Without the Skills to Analyze It - 0 views

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    Ensuring that big data creates big value calls for a reskilling effort that is at least as much about fostering a data-driven mindset and analytical culture as it is about adopting new technology. Companies leading the revolution already have an experiment-focused, numerate, data-literate workforce. Are you ready to join them?
Stephen Dale

The Perils of Data Story Telling: The Virtues of Data Documentaries - Statistics Views - 0 views

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    Whilst advocating the use of storytelling to illustrate key facts in data, the article highlights the detrimental side of storytelling, which can undermine good decision making. When we are trying to build a story from data we fail to recognize that most stories we are supposed to glean from data cause cognitively dissonance.
Stephen Dale

Machine Learning And Human Bias: An Uneasy Pair | TechCrunch - 1 views

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    Humans are biased, and the biases we encode into machines are then scaled and automated. This is not inherently bad (or good), but it raises the question: how do we operate in a world increasingly consumed with "personal analytics" that can predict race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, health status and much more.
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