Tag Archives: algorithms

Review of Snowflake “Data for Breakfast” – Boston, March 4, 2020

Panel discussion of speakers at Data for Breakfast

Snowflake is a new big data cloud back-end solution, and the company has been holding “Data for Breakfast” meetings in many different cities to introduce data scientists to their product. I went to the meeting held on March 4, 2020 at the Marriott Long Wharf in Boston, and here is my review. Not My First […]

VP at Data Robot Tells Cautionary Tale of Data Science, AI, and Healthcare

Ice cream cone fallen upside down on a sidewalk.

I encourage those of you into data science and AI to sign up to receive digests from Data Science Central. I happened upon this web site when looking for some references for a book I am writing, and found some amazing articles. Since I’m into data science in and AI in healthcare, I was intrigued […]

Unsupervised Algorithms are like Unsupervised Kids: Be Careful, or They will Drag You Into the Headlines!

Victorian drawing of several unsupervised children starting a bonfire

Someone should have told that to this Chinese dad before his toddler jumped in their SUV and drove around looking for him until he had an accident! And precocious kid and dad are not the only unsupervised things in the news today. Another thing hit all over the morning news drive today in the US: […]