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Use LSTMs on time series [awesome TensorFlow tutorial] (github.com)
3 points by GChe 147 days ago | discuss
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In case you did not realize it, Nobody enjoys writing and maintaining data pipelines or ETL (stitchfix.com)
4 points by georges 339 days ago | discuss
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At the risk of disappointing you, know that ML does not solve all the problems. However, it allows us to provide answers to some of them.
2 points by Slim 141 days ago | discuss
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Much of the "data science" happening in industry is happening in isolation on data scientists' laptops (datadan.io)
3 points by kalil 329 days ago | discuss
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If you can write a for loop you can do statistics (speakerdeck.com)
3 points by georges 418 days ago | discuss
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Machine learning is not equivalent to R scripts (medium.com)
3 points by kalil 419 days ago | discuss
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Datasets — not algorithms — might be the key limiting factor to development of human-level AI (edge.org)
3 points by georges 421 days ago | discuss
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Tomorrow's developers will use machine learning like today's developers use sort() (twitter.com)
2 points by georges 326 days ago | discuss
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There is no process in data science like Agile is to software engineering or Lean is to manufacturing (dominodatalab.com)
2 points by kalil 339 days ago | discuss
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Today’s ‘Artificial Intelligence’ is tomorrow’s 'Data Science’ (beardedbrownman.com)
3 points by Kuite 483 days ago | discuss
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The more time spent in meetings, the more a data scientist (/analyst/engineer) earns (linkedin.com)
3 points by Kuite 494 days ago | discuss
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POCs are super easy. It's time to go to production (twitter.com)
3 points by Hyme 515 days ago | discuss
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Unfortunately, the predictive models that are most powerful are usually the least interpretable (machinelearningmastery.com)
6 points by vien 920 days ago | discuss
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Data engineers should often be hired before data scientists at startups (dataquest.io)
2 points by Kuite 494 days ago | discuss
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The cost of a top, world-class deep learning expert is about the same as a top NFL quarterback prospect (gigaom.com)
5 points by vien 920 days ago | discuss
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The problem is not ‘which model do we choose’ but ‘what action do we take’ (academia.edu)
5 points by test 938 days ago | discuss
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Hardware may actually become an accessory to data (economistgroup.com)
2 points by oula 515 days ago | discuss
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It's what you do with Data that makes it "Big" (aptitudesoftware.com)
3 points by Jebone 722 days ago | discuss
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Data Science is mostly an Engineering problem (youtube.com)
3 points by craigh 734 days ago | discuss
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Complex models are to Data Science, what “haute couture” is to the clothing industry : they are not made to be daily used, but are necessary (medium.com)
4 points by fire 893 days ago | discuss
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Whether or not you increase complexity for additional accuracy is not a data science decision. It’s a business decision (john-foreman.com)
4 points by juoilr 917 days ago | discuss
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Predictive modeling feeds back into systematic discrimination (john-foreman.com)
3 points by craigh 769 days ago | discuss
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Machine learning is a meritocracy (machinelearningmastery.com)
3 points by Jebone 821 days ago | discuss
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"Big Data isn't actually interesting without Machine Learning". Steve Jurvetson (slideshare.net)
3 points by craigh 822 days ago | discuss
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Each Kaggle challenge is like an odyssey … (medium.com)
3 points by craigh 882 days ago | discuss
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On deeplearning: "One does not simply learn DEEPLY" (twitter.com)
3 points by jilo 911 days ago | discuss
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Data science is a simple game in which you throw data at a bunch of methods and in the end random forests always win (twitter.com)
3 points by Clay 918 days ago | discuss
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The ultimate insult in Data Science : "it explains everything but predicts nothing" (quantumdiaries.org)
3 points by habit 920 days ago | discuss
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A prediction is always a missed target (ipython.org)
2 points by jilo 764 days ago | discuss
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Frankly, people are more interested in ImageNet than in CIFAR-10 nowadays (kaggle.com)
2 points by fire 796 days ago | discuss
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