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Top 10 Data Science Stories of 2016

Episode #91, published Tue, Dec 27, 2016, recorded Wed, Nov 23, 2016.

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It's been an amazing year for Python and Data Science. It's time to look back at the major headlines and take stock in what we've done as a community.

I've teamed up with the Partially Derivative podcast and we're running down the top 10 data science stories of 2016 in this joint episode.

Links from the show:

Top 10 Stories

#1 White House comes out strong on ethics in data: whitehouse.gov
#2 Social bots distort the 2016 U.S. Presidential election online discussion: firstmonday.org
#3 Data science fails at predicting the US election: kdnuggets.com
#4 Google teaches "AIs" to invent their own crypto and avoid eavesdropping: arstechnica.com
#5 The Rise of Deep Learning: medium.com
#6 The Digital Mammography DREAM Challenge: synapse.org
#7 Microsoft's Tay: theverge.com
#8 William Stein is leaving academia to start a company around Sage: reddit.com
#9 DeepMind kicks butt at Go: theverge.com
#10 Elon Musk thinks we’re probably living in the Singularity: vox.com

Partially Derivative podcast: partiallyderivative.com
Popily (Jonathon's Company): popily.com

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Jonathon Morgan
Jonathon Morgan
Jonathon is the CEO of Popily, the automatic data startup, a co-host of the Partially Derivative data science podcast, and believes in significant whitespace.
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