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The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
Every two weeks, we air an interview with a data scientist or someone on their way to becoming a data scientist, to learn about their path to get to where they are today. We also discuss a data science learning activity for the Becoming a Data Scientist Learning Club. Topic tags: data science, data analysis, databases, careers, education, learning, technology, python, R, computer programming, statistics, business, machine learning
 
The goal of the SuperDataScience podcast is to bring you the most inspiring Data Scientists and Analysts from around the World to help you build your successful career in Data Science. Data is growing exponentially and so are the salaries of those who work in analytics. This podcast can help you learn how to skyrocket your analytics career. Big Data, visualization, predictive modeling, forecasting, analysis, business processes, statistics, R, Python, SQL programming, tableau, machine learnin ...
 
If you want to learn how data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are being used to change our world for the better, you’ve subscribed to the right podcast. We talk to entrepreneurs and experts about their experiences employing new technology—their approach, their successes, their failures, and the outcomes of their work. We make these difficult concepts accessible to a wide audience.
 
Data science is one of the fastest growing industries and has been called the ‘Sexiest job of the 21st Century’. But what exactly is data science? In this podcast, brought to you by DataCamp, Hugo Bowne-Anderson approaches the question by exploring what problems data science can solve rather than defining what data science is. From automated medical diagnosis and self-driving cars to recommendation systems and climate change, come on a journey with experts from industry and academia to explo ...
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
Artificial intelligence is a tremendously beneficial technology that's advancing at an incredibly rapid pace. As more and more organisations adopt and implement AI we find that the main challenges are not in the technology itself but in the human side, ie: the approaches, chosen problems and what's called 'the last mile', etc. That's why Data Futurology focuses on the leadership side of AI and how to get the most value from it. Join me, Felipe Flores, a Data Science executive with almost 20 ...
 
We’ve entered a new era. The creation and collection of information play an ever-increasing — yet often hidden — role in our lives. Algorithms filter all sorts of experiences, from the mundane to the monumental. The fuel that powers and curates these experiences is…data. Data are the new oil; whoever controls data has power. Is this making things better? Worse? Raw Data is a show about how information becomes power. What are the implications for all of us, now that mountains of data are more ...
 
Rid your world of ineffective graphs and mediocre presentations, one exploding 3D pie chart at a time! The storytelling with data podcast from bestselling author, speaker and workshop guru, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic covers topics related to data storytelling, better presentations, and all things data viz. There is a story in your data—get the skills and power to tell it!
 
Statistics need Stories to give them meaning. Stories need Statistics to give them credibility. Every Thursday John Bailer, Richard Campbell and Rosemary Pennington get together with a new, interesting guest to bring you the Statistics behind the Stories and the Stories behind the Statistics.
 
Hosted by Carlos L Chacon, the SQL Data Partners Podcast focuses on Microsoft data platform related topics mixed with a sprinkling of professional development. Carlos and guests discuss new and familiar features and ideas and how you might apply them in your environments. Visit our website for episode show notes at sqldatapartners.com/podcast and leave a comment if you have a topic you think we should discuss. We’ll see YOU on the SQL Trail.
 
Discover the strategies that convert data into insights and action. Acclaimed data analytics leaders will unearth the secrets of their success in each episode. Subscribe below to stay abreast of the best practices, trends, and technologies driving our fast-paced industry! For transcript articles of the podcasts visit https://www.eckerson.com/podcasts/secrets-of-data-analytics-leaders
 
Data Driven: the podcast where we explore the emerging field of Data Science. We bring the best minds in Data, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence right to you every Tuesday. The field of data science mashes up the worlds of statistics, database architecture and software engineering. Data Scientist has been labelled by the Harvard Business Review, as "the sexiest job of the 21st century." A quick search of job search sites reveal that this field is in high dem ...
 
Experian's DataTalk is a fun show featuring data science leaders and technologists from around the world. We talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, data visualizations, data ethics, data philanthropy, and much more. Hosted by Mike Delgado
 
Unsupervised is a podcast about Data Science in Israel. At each episode we interview an industry professional or a researcher from academia and discuss different aspects and problems in data science. We want to give a peek to what’s going on with data science across the Israeli industry and also to talk about different algorithms, tools, papers, methods and pretty much everything that’s interesting and related to Data Science and Machine Learning. The podcast is aimed to data science profess ...
 
Analytics on Fire is your backstage pass inside the enterprise analytics and business intelligence world. Join your host BI author, speaker, and co-founder, Mico Yuk (BI Brainz) as she pulls back the curtain on what’s working right now in the enterprise analytics/business intelligence world and what is not. You’ll hear the inside scoop from experienced business leaders on how to plan, implement and gain true business value from your analytics dollars. Visit analyticsonfire.com to subscribe a ...
 
Hosted by Kanth to Build your skills in Data Science, Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning e.t.c. from our podcasts. Listen to best podcasts like machine learning algorithms, data science projects, data science resume building tips, data science algorithms, data science job life, machine learning applications, machine learning implementations, big data e.t.c. from this top podcasts in the industry. Listen now in iTunes, buzzsprout, Spotify, anchor FM e.t.c. Learn Data Sci ...
 
The podcast from statisticians for statisticians to have a bigger impact at work. This podcast is set up in association with PSI - Promoting Statistical Insight. This podcast helps you to grow your leadership skills, learn about ongoing discussions in the scientific community, build you knowledge about the health sector and be more efficient at work. This podcast helps statisticians at all levels with and without management experience. It is targeted towards the health, but lots of topics wi ...
 
Are you a researcher or data scientist / analyst / ninja? Do you want to learn Bayesian inference, stay up to date or simply want to understand what Bayesian inference is? Then this podcast is for you! You'll hear from researchers and practitioners of all fields about how they use Bayesian statistics, and how in turn YOU can apply these methods in your modeling workflow. When I started learning Bayesian methods, I really wished there were a podcast out there that could introduce me to the me ...
 
Do you make, break, and tinker with things? Are you a seeker of unconventional wisdom? Do you think in algorithms? Then welcome to FTFY, also known as Fixed That For You—a show about solving problems with data and algorithms. When we say Fixed That For You, we don’t mean it in that sometimes-snarky, message board way. We’re talking about the unconventional ways that really clever people tackle big problems, small problems, mysterious problems, even weird problems. And we learn about the iter ...
 
The goal of the SuperDataScience podcast is to bring you the most inspiring Data Scientists and Analysts from around the World to help you build your successful career in Data Science. Data is growing exponentially and so are the salaries of those who work in analytics. This podcast can help you learn how to skyrocket your analytics career. Big Data, visualization, predictive modeling, forecasting, analysis, business processes, statistics, R, Python, SQL programming, tableau, machine learnin ...
 
The Hub and Spoken podcast is a series of fascinating discussions with today's top data and business leaders from across the business world. The podcasts explore how to add most value to organisations through the use of data and analytics and how best to organise yourselves to achieve that value. It talks about defining and delivering a data strategy and the best way to return business value.
 
David Yakobovitch explores AI for consumers through fireside conversations with industry thought leaders on HumAIn. From Chief Data Scientists and AI Advisors, to Leaders who advance AI for All, the HumAIn Podcast is the channel to release new AI products, to learn about industry trends, and to bridge the gap between humans and machines in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
 
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Summary The data warehouse has become the central component of the modern data stack. Building on this pattern, the team at Hightouch have created a platform that synchronizes information about your customers out to third party systems for use by marketing and sales teams. In this episode Tejas Manohar explains the benefits of sourcing customer dat…
 
Interview with Swarna Thus, I'm thrilled to talk with Swarna Khare about this topic. Swarna is a long-term listener of the effective statistician and today, it is a great opportunity for her to share with us the ways to think and act more strategic. We answer the following important points: The role of the branding of statistics and how it led Swar…
 
In this episode I speak with Daniel McKenna about Rust, machine learning and artificial intelligence. You can find Daniel from http://github.com/xd009642 https://twitter.com/xd009642 Don't forget to come join me in our Discord channel speaking about all things data science. Subscribe to the official Newsletter and never miss an episode…
 
Show Notes (2:10) Dave talked briefly about his Electrical Engineering study at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute back in the late 90s. (4:03) Dave commented on his career phase working as a software engineer across various companies in Bozeman, Montana. (7:38) Dave discussed his work as a senior architect and tech lead at Expero, a Houston-based st…
 
The Data Science Happy Hours keep getting happier! Check it out and don't forget to register for future office hours: http://bit.ly/adsoh If you want to interact with me multiple times a week, join Data Science Dream Job for 70% off: http://dsdj.co/artists70 Watch the episode on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLx-pFw_ty92wJoWzo…
 
Asside from victory questions like “can black force a checkmate on white in 5 moves?” many novel questions can be asked about a game of chess. Some questions are trivial (e.g. “How many pieces does white have?") while more computationally challenging questions can contribute interesting results in computational complexity theory. In this episode, J…
 
Asside from victory questions like “can black force a checkmate on white in 5 moves?” many novel questions can be asked about a game of chess. Some questions are trivial (e.g. “How many pieces does white have?") while more computationally challenging questions can contribute interesting results in computational complexity theory. In this episode, J…
 
Aside from victory questions like “can black force a checkmate on white in 5 moves?” many novel questions can be asked about a game of chess. Some questions are trivial (e.g. “How many pieces does white have?") while more computationally challenging questions can contribute interesting results in computational complexity theory. In this episode, Jo…
 
This week, Chris and Martin dig deeper into the adoption of Intel Optane technology in both the consumer and enterprise markets. Optane is a new persistent memory technology that offers greater performance and lower latency compared to NAND flash, but currently is more expensive and offers smaller capacity devices. As Optane becomes more prevalent …
 
Agriculture infrastructure allows plants such as corn, soy, and wheat to move from large scale farms to consumers all around the world. The relevant players in the agricultural infrastructure includes growers, shippers, and planners. These individuals need new technology to interact more efficiently. Growers need to be able to connect more smoothly…
 
Sundas is the first woman in her family to graduate university, earning her Bachelors from the University of Washington where she graduated as the class valedictorian. She’s currently a Senior Analytical Lead at Google. And before that she was a Data Scientist at Amazon, where she was awarded for her work driving large-scale experimentations and da…
 
Availability Groups (AG) were introduced in SQL Server 2012, with the idea that we could dramatically improve (and ease) the burden of dealing with high availability in SQL Server. At the time the (code named) HADRON technology seemed full of possibilities. Since then, there have been some enhancements, but it seems that setting up and managing an …
 
Managed Identities for Azure Resources can be leveraged to provide applications running on Azure Services with password-free access to Azure SQL databases and simplifying aspects like credential rotation and secrets management. In this episode of Data Exposed with Silvano Coriani, we'll look at how it works and will see it in action. [00:58] Manage…
 
What are the odds of your favorite team's victory, how much should they spend on a big name player, we discuss this other topics this on today's episode of Stats+Stories with guest Robert MastrodomenicoMastrodomenico is a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society as well as owner and founder of his statistical consulting company Global Sports Statist…
 
In this episode, Jason discusses the use of technology and analytics and its impact on human potential with Analytics Leader at Starbucks, Gustavo Canton. They discuss the philosophy of human connections at Starbucks and the role purpose, behaviours and values play in analytics. They explore how people analytics is more than just analytics in HR, i…
 
Erica Greene joins us to discuss her work as a machine learning manager at Etsy, how they tackle problem-solving, how they implement ML scaling, and more.In this episode you will learn:• Erica’s role at Etsy and problem solving between platforms [2:28]• Interesting failures Erica has navigated [25:40]• How does Erica’s team select problems to solve…
 
Erica Greene joins us to discuss her work as a machine learning manager at Etsy, how they tackle problem-solving, how they implement ML scaling, and more.In this episode you will learn:• Erica’s role at Etsy and problem solving between platforms [2:28]• Interesting failures Erica has navigated [25:40]• How does Erica’s team select problems to solve…
 
Algorithms make a wide range of morally important decisions, and many people now argue that members of the public should be more directly involved in deciding the moral tradeoffs that such systems entail. But most ideas for public or stakeholder involvement are still on the drawing board, and there are few real stories of public deliberation over t…
 
Most researchers agree we’ll eventually reach a point where our AI systems begin to exceed human performance at virtually every economically valuable task, including the ability to generalize from what they’ve learned to take on new tasks that they haven’t seen before. These artificial general intelligences (AGIs) would in all likelihood have trans…
 
Hosted by Al Martin, VP, Data and AI Expert Services and Learning at IBM, Making Data Simple provides the latest thinking on big data, A.I., and the implications for the enterprise from a range of experts. This week on Making Data Simple, we have Lynne Snead. Lynne is the founder of Talent Evolution Systems, a behavioral analyst, consultant, traini…
 
Not too long ago was a very sad and embarrassing day for the US. The US capital was breached and rioters had hours inside without authorities. Ignoring the reasons and politics behind the event, think about the security of the building and systems after the criminals were removed from the building. Someone else brought up this point, which I think …
 
We are joined by Aurelie Jacquet, Chair of Standards Australia, an independent not-for-profit organisation that specializes in the development and adoption of internationally-aligned standards in Australia. Aurelie is an expert in governance, data ethics, privacy and responsible use of technology. She starts by sharing with us how her journey in th…
 
It's the start of a new year, and while it might feel like COVID-19 has us stuck back in March 2020, I hope that will start to fade as we move into the new year. Certainly our employers want to move forward, and I suspect that there is some hope that organizations will start to thrive in 2021. I saw a post from Kenneth Fisher recently that talked a…
 
Summary As data professionals we have a number of tools available for storing, processing, and analyzing data. We also have tools for collaborating on software and analysis, but collaborating on data is still an underserved capability. Gavin Mendel-Gleason encountered this problem first hand while working on the Sesshat databank, leading him to cre…
 
Being able to introduce yourself eloquently and in a way that captures and keeps your intended audience’s attention and is a hugely important thing. Yet, we don’t commonly devote a lot of time or thought to planning how we do this. In this episode, Cole shares the process that she and the storytelling with data team used to create their intros, plu…
 
Interview with Paolo Eusebi Interestingly, the visualization of uncertainty - one of the primary forms we use to communicate it - is a rather unknown field. In this episode, I'm very excited to speak with Paolo Eusebi, who has done research in this field to answer the following questions: What can we learn from examples outside of medical research?…
 
Hilary and Roger welcome the new year and discuss one hot encoding, autopilot as artificial intelligence, and how a car gas pedal works. Show Notes: Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Find pa…
 
Eil Goldweber, a graduate student at the University of Michigan, comes on today to share his work in applying formal verification to systems and a modification to the Paxos protocol discussed in the paper Significance on Consecutive Ballots in Paxos. Works Mentioned : Previous Episode on Paxos https://dataskeptic.com/blog/episodes/2020/distributed-…
 
Eil Goldweber, a graduate student at the University of Michigan, comes on today to share his work in applying formal verification to systems and a modification to the Paxos protocol discussed in the paper Significance on Consecutive Ballots in Paxos. Works Mentioned : Previous Episode on Paxos https://dataskeptic.com/blog/episodes/2020/distributed-…
 
Eil Goldweber, a graduate student at the University of Michigan, comes on today to share his work in applying formal verification to systems and a modification to the Paxos protocol discussed in the paper Significance on Consecutive Ballots in Paxos. Works Mentioned : Previous Episode on Paxos https://dataskeptic.com/blog/episodes/2020/distributed-…
 
TensorFlow Lite is an open source deep learning framework for on-device inference. TensorFlow Lite was designed to improve the viability of machine learning applications on phones, sensors, and other IoT devices. Pete Warden works on TensorFlow Lite at Google and joins the show to talk about the world of machine learning applications and the necess…
 
The Data Science Happy Hours keep getting happier! Check it out and don't forget to register for future office hours: http://bit.ly/adsoh If you want to interact with me multiple times a week, join Data Science Dream Job for 70% off: http://dsdj.co/artists70 Watch the episode on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLx-pFw_ty92wJoWzo…
 
Show Notes (2:13) Jason went over his experience studying Computer Science at Loyola College in Baltimore for undergraduate, where he got an early exposure to academic research in image registration. (4:31) Jason described his graduate school experience at John Hopkins University, where he completed his Ph.D. on “Techniques for Vision-Based Human-C…
 
Data lakes and data warehouses store high volumes of multidimensional data. Data sources for these pieces of infrastructure can become unreliable for a variety of reasons. When data sources break, it can cause downstream problems. One company working to solve the problem of data reliability is Monte Carlo Data. Barr Moses and Lior Gavish are founde…
 
Keith is a sought after speaker, who routinely leads workshops at conferences. He’s given keynotes presentations at many international events and is an award winning instructor for UC Irvine's Predictive Analytics certificate program. You may recognize him as the instructor of thirteen courses on LinkedIn Learning - where’s taught over 250,000 lear…
 
Personal Note: Season 1 Finale had to be my interview with Emil. Huge thanks everyone for being a part of this journey! Video Version: https://youtu.be/ENbKecYgITA Subscribe here to the newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/sanyambhutani In this episode, Sanyam Bhutani interviews Emil Wallner, Artist in Residence at Google. They talk about Emil's jour…
 
In this episode of Data Exposed, Kate Smith shows us how to run and monitor Elastic Jobs using both PowerShell and T-SQL. [01:01] Demos More episodes in the Elastic Jobs for Azure SQL Series: Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL Database - Part 1 Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL Database - Part 2 Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL Database - Part 3 Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL …
 
Scientific publications drive science, well that's stating the obvious, isn't it, but the form and way it's processed is historic. It's historic in the sense that there are journals that are gatekeepers, their editors that are sending out submissions to reviewers, who are then providing comments, and then it's almost that it's set in stone and lock…
 
When Tim Wagner worked at Amazon, he invented AWS Lambda. After working on the early serverless infrastructure, he joined Coinbase and worked as VP of Engineering. Since leaving Coinbase, he has started a new company called Vendia. Vendia combines his learnings from the serverless space with the innovations around blockchains to work on the problem…
 
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