Things I liked this month – May 2017

Trulia’s article outlining the business problems they’re using AI to address.

I learned that my alma mater now has a dedicated data science program.

I discovered this book on deep learning a while back, but started really digging into it this week.

Breaking Bayes’ own Peter Hurford shared another one of his great projects with me.

As more and more people become attracted to data science, we stand more in need of real professional standards. I’m not sure I agree with everything the Data Science Association is proposing in their Code of Conduct, but I definitely approve of the effort in spirit.

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