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Book Report: Weapons of Math Destruction

“Predictive models are, increasingly, the tools we will be relying on to run our institutions, deploy our resources, and manage our lives. But … these models are constructed not just from data but from the choices we make about which

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Posted in Books, Everything, Math and Science

Book Report: Data and Goliath

“Privacy is not a luxury that we can only afford in times of safety. Instead, it’s a value to be preserved. It’s essential for liberty, autonomy, and human dignity. We must understand that privacy is not something to be traded

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Posted in Books

Big Data! Metrics! Analytics!…a cautionary tale from the world of baseball

“In the information age, things that are precisely measured are rewarded disproportionally relative to impact.” – Theo Epstein, President of the Chicago Cubs I work in telecommunications, and one of the major developments of recent years is “big data” (if

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Posted in Everything, Leadership, Management, Sports

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