Super Data Science

By Jon Krohn and Guests on Machine Learning, A.I., and Data-Career Success

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The Super Data Science podcast with Jon Krohn brings you the latest and most important machine learning, artificial intelligence, and broader data-world topics from across both academia and industry. As the quantity of data on our planet doubles every couple of years and this trend is set to continue for decades to come, there's an unprecedented opportunity for you to make an enormous impact in your lifetime. Whether you're curious about getting started in a data career or you're a deep technical expert, whether you'd like to understand what A.I. is or you'd like to integrate more data-driven processes into your business, we have inspiring guests and lighthearted conversation for you to enjoy. We cover tools, techniques, and implementation tricks across data collection, databases, analytics, predictive modeling, visualization, software engineering, real-world applications, and commercialization − everything you need to crush it with data science.

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SDS 542: Continuous Calendar for 2022
00:02:46
Revisit the much-underrated continuous calendar and get started with this uncommon planning method thanks to Jon's 2022 template. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/542
Jan 21, 2022
SDS 541: Data Observability — with Dr. Kevin Hu
01:08:03
In this episode, Kevin Hu joins the podcast to talk about founding and growing the data observability startup, Metaplane. Listen in to hear about his time in academia at MIT, his experience with Y Combinator, and his current routine as a technical founder. In this episode you will learn: • What is data observability? [4:35] • How to identify data quality issues? [8:56] • Kevin's PhD research on automating data science systems using machine learning [16:18] • Why Kevin launched Metaplane [28:50] • The pros and cons of an academic career relative to the start-up hustle [31:57] • Kevin's experience in Y-Combinator accelerator [39:50] • The software tools he uses daily as a CEO [50:54] • What Kevin looks for in data engineer hires [56:13] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/541
Jan 18, 2022
SDS 540: Daily Habit #2: Start the Day with a Glass of Water
00:03:50
In this episode, Jon opens up about starting his day with a glass of water – his first morning habit that sets his day off on a healthy and successful note. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/540
Jan 14, 2022
SDS 539: Interpretable Machine Learning — with Serg Masís
01:01:36
In this episode, Serg Masís joins the podcast to share his in-depth technical knowledge of Interpretable Machine Learning. Together they discuss why this field matters, how it’s evolving, and so much more. In this episode you will learn: • What is interpretable machine learning? [8:41] • The social and financial ramifications of interpreting models incorrectly [10:23] • The challenges involved in interpretable ML [16:00] • The most important interpretable ML concepts to master [19:54] • The future of Interpretable ML [32:41] • What it’s like to be a Climate & Agronomic Data Scientist [42:28] • Serg’s day-to-day tools [49:05] • Serg's productivity tips [50:25] • Why Serg pursued a Master's in Data Science [52:25] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/539
Jan 11, 2022
SDS 538: Daily Habit #1: Track Your Habits
00:07:04
In this episode, Jon shares his "life-changing" habit tracking system that has allowed him to achieve more, create more structure within his day and cut out bad habits. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/538
Jan 07, 2022
SDS 537: Data Science Trends for 2022
01:16:09
Sadie St. Lawrence returns to discuss the biggest data science trends that are set to take over the industry in 2022. In this episode you will learn: • A look back at data science trends for 2021 [4:03] • Micro and macro data science trends for 2022 [12:30] • AutoML tools [15:20] • The social implications of deepfakes [21:21] • Scalable AI [38:40] • Macro data science trends for 2022 [42:45] • The impact of the remote-working economy in data science [43:21] • Blockchain in data science [50:28] • Data literacy of the global workforce [1:01:07] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/537
Jan 04, 2022
SDS 536: What I Learned in 2021
00:13:28
Jon goes over his five biggest learnings from 2021 and what he hopes to work on in 2022. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/536
Dec 31, 2021
SDS 535: How to Found, Grow, and Sell a Data Science Start-up
01:09:42
Prolific data science entrepreneur and Y Combinator alum Austin Ogilvie (Laika, Yhat) joins Jon Krohn for a revealing look into his journey of starting, growing, and selling a data science startup. From liberal arts graduate to twice successful technical founder, take a seat and learn from the best. In this episode you will learn: • The story behind the naming of Yhat and its early beginnings [5:10] • Austin and Yhat's experience at Y Combinator [19:00] • The benefits of being a technical founder [25:00] • From arts degree graduate to successful tech entrepreneur [27:00] • Austin's latest venture, Laika [39:30] • The tools that Austin uses day-to-day [47:30] • Unity gaming environment [49:58] • What makes a great data scientist [56:23] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/535
Dec 28, 2021
SDS 534: A Holiday Greeting
00:01:50
Jon sends a holiday greeting to all listeners. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/534
Dec 24, 2021
SDS 533: Fusion Energy, Cancer Proteomics, and Massive-Scale Machine Vision — with Dr. Brett Tully
01:59:03
Dr. Brett Tully joins us on the podcast to discuss his work as Director of AI Output Systems at Nearmap and his previous research in biomedical topics and nuclear fusion. In this episode you will learn: • What is Nearmap? [5:22] • What is a Director of AI Output Systems? [7:51] • A case study [20:35] • MLOps at Nearmap [26:37] • Brett’s day-to-day and what he looks for in hires [40:19] • Brett’s academic and research history [53:30] • Brett’s work in nuclear fusion and predictions for the technology [1:04:48] • The tools Brett used in his research [1:26:34] • ProCan project [1:34:27] • Brett’s prediction for future AI applications [1:48:30] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/533
Dec 21, 2021
SDS 532: Mutable vs Immutable Conditions
00:04:57
Jon discusses one helpful framework when it comes to problem-solving and how data scientists are uniquely positioned to employ this technique. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/532
Dec 17, 2021
SDS 531: Data Science at the Command Line
00:50:30
Jeroen Janssens joins on the podcast to discuss his book on utilizing the command line for data science and the importance of polyglot data science work. In this episode you will learn: • The genesis of Jeroen’s book [3:24] • Data Science at the Command Line [8:55] • Creating your own command line tools [22:07] • Polyglot data scientist [24:29] • Data Science Workshops [27:01] • Jeroen’s PhD research [30:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/531
Dec 14, 2021
SDS 530: Ten A.I. Thought Leaders to Follow (on Twitter)
00:05:23
Jon details his top ten AI thought leaders hoping that his suggestions prove valuable to you in your data science journey. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/530
Dec 10, 2021
SDS 529: A.I. Robotics at Home
00:53:17
Dave Niewinski joins us to discuss his prolific work in robotics both as a consultant and a popular YouTuber. In this episode you will learn: • Dave’s Armoury [4:44] • Robotic cornhole tournament [12:33] • Dave’s many robots [14:25] • Dave’s idea process [28:51] • Future robots [31:43] • Dave’s consulting business [33:27] • Tools Dave likes to use [37:05] • How did Dave get started in this line of work? [38:50] • Dave’s advice to people who want to get into robotics [41:18] • What is Dave excited about in the future? [45:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/529
Dec 07, 2021
SDS 528: The Normal Anxiety of Content Creation
00:03:50
Jon explores his personal anxieties as a content creator to encourage fellow creators to keep sharing their knowledge. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/528
Dec 03, 2021
SDS 527: Automating Data Analytics
01:01:15
Peter Bailis joins the podcast to discuss the work of his company that solves complex commercial problems through automated data analysis. In this episode you will learn: • Meaning of the name Sisu [3:08] • What Sisu does [4:45] • Sisu and the data science stack [17:00] • Going from academia to startups [22:37] • What Sisu looks for when hiring [28:57] • Peter’s favorite tools [32:40] • Peter’s academic research [45:02] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/527
Nov 30, 2021
SDS 526: The Highest-Paying Data Frameworks
00:06:09
I finish up our three-part series on the results of the O’Reilly Survey, looking at the highest-paying data frameworks. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/526
Nov 26, 2021
SDS 525: Hurdling Over Data Career Obstacles
01:08:59
Karen Jean-Francois joins us to discuss how she wants to empower her team members and a wider audience of data scientists battling imposter syndrome. In this episode you will learn: • Karen’s background as a hurdler [4:42] • Women in Data Podcast [10:32] • Cardlytics [19:04] • Karen’s background and current career [22:55] • Karen’s favorite tools [31:29] • Karen’s balance of fitness and work [34:45] • The biggest challenge of Karen’s career [47:09] • Advancement in data [54:13] • What is Karen most excited about? [59:40] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/525
Nov 23, 2021
SDS 524: The Highest-Paying Data Tools
00:06:05
In this episode, I go over the highest-paying data tools based on the O’Reilly survey. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/524
Nov 19, 2021
SDS 523: Open-Source Analytical Computing (pandas, Apache Arrow)
01:27:35
Wes McKinney joins us to discuss the history and philosophy of pandas and Apache Arrow as well as his continued work in open source tools. In this episode you will learn: • History of pandas [7:29] • The trends of R and Python [23:33] • Python for Data Analysis [25:58] • pandas updates and community [30:10] • Apache Arrow [41:50] • Voltron Data [55:10] • Origin of Wes’s project names [1:08:14] • Wes’s favorite tools [1:09:46] • Audience Q&A [1:15:34] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/523
Nov 16, 2021
SDS 522: Data Tools vs. Data Platforms
00:03:25
I provide you with some quick definitions of data tools vs data platforms to prep us for deep dives in future episodes. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/522
Nov 12, 2021
SDS 521: Skyrocket Your Career by Sharing Your Writing
01:01:52
Khuyen Tran joins us to discuss her work as a prolific technical writer and undergraduate data science student. In this episode you will learn: • Khuyen’s online writing [4:00] • Book writing [8:50] • How you can increase your engagement [13:49] • Khuyen’s work with Towards Data Science and NVIDIA [19:01] • Ocelot Consulting [24:08] • Khuyen’s undergrad work [32:12] • Audience questions [47:00] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/521
Nov 09, 2021
SDS 520: The Highest-Paying Programming Languages for Data Scientists
00:05:23
I take a look at the results of O’Reilly’s survey on salaries for data scientists in 2021. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/520
Nov 05, 2021
SDS 519: A.I. for Good
01:08:12
James Hodson joins us to discuss his philosophy and work at A.I. For Good and how they aim to promote sustainability and A.I. use for social issues. In this episode you will learn: • AI for Good [5:17] • Founding of AI for Good [8:50] • Case studies [14:58] • How you can get involved [46:29] • Skills James looks for in hires [50:39] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/519
Nov 02, 2021
SDS 518: Fail More
00:02:18
This week, I provide a short but important bit of advice on failure. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/518
Oct 29, 2021
SDS 517: Courses in Data Science and Machine Learning
00:55:39
Sadie St. Lawrence talks in-depth about her extensive work as a data science educator through both online and collegiate courses as well as her organization for diversifying data science careers. In this episode you will learn: • Sadie’s education work in SQL [4:13] • The popularity of Sadie’s course [13:32] • Sadie’s forthcoming machine learning certificate course [16:29] • Women in Data [25:32] • Sadie’s non-technical background [36:17] • NFTs and VR [46:41] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/517
Oct 26, 2021
SDS 516: Does Caffeine Hurt Productivity? (Part 3: Scientific Literature)
00:07:24
In this episode, I finish up my saga into the effects of caffeine on productivity. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/516
Oct 22, 2021
SDS 515: Accelerating Impact through Community — —with Chrys Wu
00:38:54
Chrys Wu joins us to discuss her community organizations, her tips, and her recommended resources for building data science communities for impact. In this episode you will learn: • The world of K-Pop [ 4:07] • Chrys’s talk at the R Conference [8:56] • Write/Speak/Code [14:05] • Hacks/Hackers [21:58] • Tips on developing data communities [27:22] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/515
Oct 19, 2021
SDS 514: Does Caffeine Hurt Productivity? (Part 2: Experimental Results)
00:08:25
In this episode, I dive into the nuts and bolts of data on my experiment into caffeine and productivity. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/514
Oct 15, 2021
SDS 513: Transformers for Natural Language Processing
00:54:08
Denis Rothman joins us to discuss his writing work in natural language processing, explainable AI, and more! In this episode you will learn: • What are transformers and their applications? [7:54] • Denis’s book on explainable AI [25:08] • AI by Example [35:53] • LinkedIn audience questions [42:00] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/513
Oct 12, 2021
SDS 512: Does Caffeine Hurt Productivity? (Part 1)
00:05:56
I dive into a personal experiment to test my productivity relative to my coffee intake and if caffeine is actually hurting my productivity. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/512
Oct 08, 2021
SDS 511: Data Science for Private Investing —— LIVE with Drew Conway
01:09:06
Drew Conway joins us on the first live podcast to discuss his work in private investing and how data science figures into and improves his work. In this episode you will learn: • The R Conference and NYHackR [6:33] • Machine Learning for Hackers [20:17] • Two Sigma and Drew’s work [28:27] • Drew’s team structure at Two Sigma [35:12] • Audience Q&A [46:27] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/511
Oct 05, 2021
SDS 510: Deep Reinforcement Learning
00:07:13
In this episode, I dive into the world of reinforcement learning and deep reinforcement learning and the benefits of both. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/510
Oct 01, 2021
SDS 509: Accelerating Start-up Growth with A.I. Specialists
01:21:11
Parinaz Sobhani joins us to discuss the cutting-edge work of Georgian, a collaborative company that helps start-ups implement and scale machine learning and AI. In this episode you will learn: • Parinaz’s work at Georgian [5:35] • Use cases of Georgian’s work [14:35] • Tools and approaches Parinaz uses [32:27] • Environmental concerns of machine learning [42:52] • Hiring at Georgian and what Parinaz looks for [48:18] • How did Parinaz become interested in this? [56:19] • Fairness in AI [1:09:01] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/509
Sep 28, 2021
SDS 508: Building Your Ant Hill
00:03:29
In this episode, I discuss an interesting bit of my grandmother’s view about the process of working and going through life. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/508
Sep 24, 2021
SDS 507: Bayesian Statistics
01:55:03
Rob Trangucci joins us to discuss his work and study in Bayesian statistics and how he applies it to real-world problems. In this episode you will learn: • Getting Rob on the show [8:12] • Stan [9:34] • Gradients [18:15] • What is Bayesian statistics? [23:05] • Multi-modal deep learning [45:20] • Stan package [53:46] • Applications of Bayesian stats [1:09:47] • The day-to-day of a PhD in stats [1:21:56] • What does the future hold? [1:42:37] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/507
Sep 21, 2021
SDS 506: Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning
00:09:16
In this episode, I continue with last week’s theme and discuss the differences between supervised and unsupervised learning. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/506
Sep 17, 2021
SDS 505: From Data Science to Cinema
00:46:09
Hadelin de Ponteves joins us to discuss his latest educational work and how his skills as a data science educator helped him start his career in acting. In this episode you will learn: • What has Hadelin been up to? [4:27] • Hadelin’s cinema career and data science crossover [16:02] • Sleep for productivity [27:27] • How did Hadelin decide to undertake this? [32:26] • Bollywood vs Hollywood [37:26] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/505
Sep 14, 2021
SDS 504: Classification vs Regression
00:05:44
In this episode, I give a quick introduction to subcategories of supervised learning problems. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/504
Sep 10, 2021
SDS 503: Deep Reinforcement Learning for Robotics
01:18:06
Pieter Abbeel joins us to discuss his work as an academic and entrepreneur in the field of AI robotics and what the future of the industry holds. In this episode you will learn: • How does Pieter do it all? [5:45] • Pieter’s exciting areas of research [12:30] • Research application at Covariant [32:27] • Getting into AI robotics [42:18] • Traits of good AI robotics apprentices [49:38] • Valuable skills [56:40] • What Pieter hopes to look back on [1:04:30] • LinkedIn Q&A [1:06:51] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/503
Sep 07, 2021
SDS 502: Managing Imposter Syndrome
00:04:50
In this episode, I explore a common issue plaguing people across fields: imposter syndrome. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/502
Sep 03, 2021
SDS 501: Statistical Programming with Friends
00:41:20
Jared Lander joins us to discuss his work as an R meetup organizer, the upcoming virtual R Conference, and his work as a consultant for a variety of companies from metal workers to professional football teams. In this episode you will learn: • Jared’s R meetups and our professional history [3:27] • NYHackR [6:42] • The R Conference [13:25] • R for Everyone [18:55] • Lander Analytics [22:10] • Job openings at Lander Analytics [25:04] • R vs. Python [29:15] • The importance of pizza in Jared’s life [32:19] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/501
Aug 31, 2021
SDS 499: Data Meshes and Data Reliability
00:53:51
Barr Moses joins us to discuss the importance of data reliability for pipelines and how companies can achieve data mesh. In this episode you will learn: • Data meshes [4:25] • Self-serve data reliability [15:36] • How Monte Carlo helps data up time [21:13] • How to build an effective data science team [26:50] • LinkedIn Q&A [31:50] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/499
Aug 24, 2021
SDS 500: Yoga Nidra with Jes Allen
01:00:29
In this very special episode, we delve into a live yoga Nidra practice with Jes Allen and go over how you can open up to consciousness through yoga practice. In this episode you will learn: • [3:40] What Yoga means • [10:00] Jes’s current work as a yoga practitioner • [22:31] How to find Jes online • [27:09] The Yoga Nidra practice • [54:50] Coming out of the practice Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/500
Aug 24, 2021
SDS 498: How Only Beginners Know Everything
00:05:53
In this episode, I dive into a reoccurring pattern I’ve noticed where beginners, myself included, think they’re more skilled and experienced than they really are. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/498
Aug 20, 2021
SDS 497: Maximizing the Global Impact of Your Career
01:19:05
Benjamin Todd joins us to discuss his work helping professionals maximize their career capital, the top skills to learn across professions, and more. In this episode you will learn: • How Benjamin helped me become a data scientist [6:56] • How did 80,000 Hours come about? [9:39] • The impact of 80,000 Hours [14:46] • Funding [17:23] • Where does the name come from? [23:32] • What kind of advice does Benjamin give to people? [25:21] • How data scientists can make an impact [42:04] • How can someone strategize about their career? [1:02:53] • Top skills that everyone should learn [1:05:49] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/497
Aug 17, 2021
SDS 496: 2040: A Brain-Computer Interface Story
00:03:56
In this episode, you’ll enjoy a fictional narrative I’ve titled “2040: A Brain-Computer Interface Story”. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/496
Aug 13, 2021
SDS 495: Successful AI Projects and AI Startups
00:49:42
Greg Coquillo joins us to discuss his work on ROI for startups and the best ways to make the most of your company’s AI investment. In this episode you will learn: • Our connection through Harpreet’s happy hours and DSGO [4:48] • Greg’s content on LinkedIn [6:40] • The scope of Greg’s work [9:25] • Making the most out of AI [16:05] • LinkedIn Q&A [20:00] • Quantum machine learning [32:06] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/495
Aug 10, 2021
SDS 494: How to Instantly Appreciate Being Alive
00:02:50
In this episode, I talk about an interesting thought experiment that helps you appreciate your existence. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/494
Aug 06, 2021
SDS 493: Bringing Data to the People
01:02:41
Anjali Shrivastava joins us to discuss her data science degree and her content creation efforts to bring data science to the people. In this episode you will learn: • Anjali’s studies [2:00] • Anjali’s YouTube channel [11:57] • The content creation process [17:58] • Yoga during the pandemic [21:34] • Anjali as a writer [24:38] • Anjali’s dual degrees [31:28] • Anjali’s previous data science roles [43:04] • Anjali’s first full-time data job [51:12] • Anjali’s hopes for the future [55:29] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/493
Aug 03, 2021
SDS 492: The World is Awful (and it's Never Been Better)
00:05:48
In this episode, I discuss the changing child mortality rate as evidence of how much better the world is and how much better it could be. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/492
Jul 30, 2021
SDS 491: R in Production
00:43:33
Veerle van Leemput joins us to make the case for why you should be using R for production. In this episode you will learn: • Our shared powerlifting passion [2:47] • The stigma of using R [12:02] • What does Analytic Health do? [13:55] • How Analytic Health uses R [19:08] • Tidyverse [34:44] • Tools for API creation [37:09] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/491
Jul 27, 2021
SDS 490: Say No to Pie Charts
00:01:59
In this episode, I discuss why you should avoid the visually pleasing but flawed pie chart. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/490
Jul 23, 2021
SDS 489: Monetizing Machine Learning
01:00:13
Vin Vashishta joins us to discuss his AI consulting work and his philosophy on AI strategy for monetization. In this episode you will learn: • V-Squared [4:59] • Vin’s online content [17:18] • Low-code/no-code in data science [25:33] • Top five gap skills [35:19] • Data sets for insights on consumers and targeting [40:26] • Are there socially beneficial data science and machine learning applications? [43:16] • The most difficult data science problem Vin ever faced [50:39] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/489
Jul 20, 2021
SDS 488: The Price of Your Attention
00:03:36
In this episode, I discuss the simple and cheap ways you can buy yourself more time during the day. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/488
Jul 16, 2021
SDS 487: Fixing Dirty Data
00:43:12
Susan Walsh joins us to discuss the importance of data cleaning and normalization and how clean procurement data can save companies money. In this episode you will learn: • Susan’s “COAT” system [7:16] • The Classification Guru [15:39] • Case studies [22:46] • Susan’s book [30:26] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/487
Jul 13, 2021
SDS 486: The History of Calculus
00:06:20
In this episode, I go over the world history of calculus and how we still use these techniques today. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/486
Jul 09, 2021
SDS 485: Financial Data Engineering
01:05:33
Doug Eisenstein joins us for a great and in-depth conversation on data engineering in the financial sector. In this episode you will learn: • The founding of Advanti [4:37] • Aristos and solution products [16:45] • The kinds of financial industries and how Doug helps [26:25] • Entity Extraction [34:27] • Temporality data [44:27] • How to work with Doug [58:19] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/485
Jul 06, 2021
SDS 484: Algorithm Aversion
00:02:55
In this episode, I discuss interesting research on why humans are so quick to lose faith in algorithms. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/484
Jul 02, 2021
SDS 483: Setting Yourself Apart in Data Science Interviews
01:04:27
Andrew Jones joins us to discuss data science interviews and how you can maximize your chances on interview time, resume, and more! In this episode you will learn: • Data Science Infinity [5:40] • “The Essential AI and Data Science Handbook for Recruitment” [17:40] • How can aspiring data scientists set themselves apart? [21:30] • What skillset should data scientists have? [34:36] • Should data science be trying to be data engineers? [41:14] • How can organizations ensure data science projects are a success? [50:50] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/483
Jun 29, 2021
SDS 482: The Continuous Calendar
00:04:48
In this episode, I talk about the advantages of using a continuous calendar. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/482
Jun 25, 2021
SDS 481: Performance Marketing Analytics
00:58:48
Kris Tait joins us to discuss the vast world of digital performance marketing and how automation, data, and optimization play an important role. In this episode you will learn: • What is performance marketing? [3:29] • How can advertisers take advantage of these tactics? [13:04] • The importance of quality data in performance marketing [20:19] • Human value performance marketing [25:30] • How does Croud optimize? [29:05] • What are the best KPIs in this industry? [34:02] • Roles available at Croud now [39:11] • Typical tools at Croud [42:43] • What clients work best for Croud? [48:56] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/481
Jun 22, 2021
SDS 480: Top Five Resume Tips
00:08:00
In this episode, I go over my top 5 tips for refining your perfect data science resume. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/480
Jun 18, 2021
SDS 479: Knowledge Graphs
01:12:38
Maureen Teyssier joins us to discuss the cutting-edge work Reonomy is doing in commercial property real estate and her views and tips on building a great data science team. In this episode you will learn: • Maureen’s work with Reonomy [5:40] • Knowledge graphs and use cases [7:35] • Other tools Reonomy uses [18:58] • What Maureen looks for in potential hires, soft skills and hard skills [26:28] • Hiring at Reonomy [41:40] • Maureen’s tips for growing a data science team [48:55] • Tools to transition from academia to industry [52:45] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/479
Jun 15, 2021
SDS 478: Five Keys to Success
00:05:33
In this episode, I go over my 5 keys to success to tackle any goal. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/478
Jun 11, 2021
SDS 477: How to Thrive as an Early-Career Data Scientist
00:50:28
Sidney Arcidiacono joins us to discuss her studies and work at Make School and her interest in utilizing AI for healthcare, as well as her tips and strategies for becoming a successful early-career data scientist. In this episode you will learn: • What is Make School? [5:00] • Sidney’s interest in AI and computer science [10:56] • Graph theory and graph convolutional neural networks [19:53] • What tools does Sidney use for her work? [31:16] • Sidney’s internship [36:52] • How other beginners can get involved in data science [38:12] • Sidney’s goals [41:57] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/477
Jun 08, 2021
SDS 476: Peer-Driven Learning
00:02:58
In this episode, I discuss the amazing benefits of implementing peer-driven learning in your professional life. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/476
Jun 04, 2021
SDS 475: The 20% of Analytics Driving 80% of ROI
00:44:39
David Langer joins us to discuss his work as a data analytics educator and his beliefs in the use of Excel, SQL and R in analytics work. In this episode you will learn: • Intro to Dave on Data [6:50] • 20% analytics that drives 80% of ROI [11:04] • The benefits of SQL [19:15] • The uses of R [24:50] • Machine learning [34:15] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/475
Jun 01, 2021
SDS 474: The Machine Learning House
00:05:44
In this episode, I discuss the architecture of a “machine learning house”, representing the skills and learnings you can use as foundations to build your data science career. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/474
May 28, 2021
SDS 473: Machine Learning at NVIDIA
01:13:10
Anima Anandkumar joins us to discuss her work as a researcher in machine learning at NVIDIA and a professor at CalTech, and how they often go hand-in-hand and inform each other. In this episode you will learn: • Anima’s recent discovery of yoga [5:20] • How does Anima balance her work? [12:25] • Applications of Anima’s work [14:45] • Tensors [22:55] • Anima’s favorite NVIDIA projects [35:35] • What tools does NVIDIA use? [41:55] • CalTech interdisciplinary science [47:41] • The path to generalized artificial intelligence [57:19] • The skills to have to get into this field [1:00:27] • LinkedIn questions for Anima [1:07:03] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/473
May 25, 2021
SDS 472: The Learning Never Stops (so Relax)
00:03:23
In this episode, I share a note I received from a student who expressed his thoughts on the learning that never stops as he goes through his data science career. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/472
May 21, 2021
SDS 471: 99 Days to Your First Data Science Job
01:40:45
Kirill Eremenko returns to the SDS podcast as a guest to debunk common myths you may believe about getting a data science job. In this episode you will learn: • What has Kirill been up to? [3:48] • The genesis of the 99-days challenge [5:27] • 5 myths about pursuing a data science career [15:49] • First data science jobs [1:00:53] • 5 components for success [1:08:19] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/471
May 18, 2021
SDS 470: My Favorite Books
00:06:04
In this episode, I follow up on the popular book recommendation portion of the podcast with my own list of favorite books. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/470
May 14, 2021
SDS 469: Learning Deep Learning Together
01:11:53
Konrad Körding joins us to discuss his work in educating the next generation in deep learning and his views on the importance of causality in deep learning research. In this episode you will learn: • Konrad’s academic background [3:54] • Neuromatch Academy [5:23] • Artificial general intelligence [35:02] • Defining deep learning [41:24] • Symbol representation [44:12] • Konrad’s career journey [47:25] • What other skills should you develop for the future? [52:46] • What is the future of intelligence in our timeline? [56:37] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/469
May 11, 2021
SDS 468: The History of Data
00:07:46
In this episode, I tackle another historical topic: the history of data. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/468
May 07, 2021
SDS 467: High-Impact Data Science Made Easy
01:16:48
Noah Gift joins us to discuss how he believes data science urgency and the end of hierarchies will change the world for the better. In this episode you will learn: • Catch up with Noah [2:50] • Educational options to pursue in data science [13:09] • Outside university education [24:06] • Noah as a prolific author [28:15] • Urgent applications of technology [37:34] • Noah’s income streams color code [48:38] • How to harness our free time to solve big problems [54:13] • Noah’s Coursera course [1:09:12] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/467
May 04, 2021
SDS 466: Good vs. Great Data Scientists
00:07:55
In this episode, I go over what separates a good data scientist from a great one in skills, practices, and approach. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/466
Apr 30, 2021
SDS 465: Analytics for Commercial and Personal Success
00:59:04
Konrad Kopczynski joins us to discuss how data, tracking, analytics, and key performance indicators can help your professional and personal development. In this episode you will learn: • What does Konrad do [3:40] • Tools and techniques used in Impakt Advisors [10:35] • Impakt’s unique hiring model [18:53] • How does Impakt manage remote work [21:36] • Konrad’s professional history and daily structure [28:42] • Konrad’s Iron Man triathlon [44:11] • Konrad’s years’ long project on presidential biographies [47:46] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/465
Apr 27, 2021
SDS 464: A.I. vs Machine Learning vs Deep Learning
00:07:14
In this episode, I tackle three often conflated terms - AI, machine learning, and deep learning - to shine some light on what exactly they are. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/464
Apr 23, 2021
SDS 463: Time Series Analysis
00:55:51
Matt Dancho joins us to discuss his various packages for time series analysis and his courses on the topic through his company Business Science. In this episode you will learn: • How Matt got into time series library development [4:22] • Business Science [7:00] • R Shiny [9:36] • Matt’s 6 time series models [14:11] • Timetk [15:02] • Modeltime [29:32] • Gluon package [36:04] • Modeltime Ensemble [43:12] • Modeltime H2O [45:22] • Modeltime Resample [48:10] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/463
Apr 20, 2021
SDS 462: It Could Be Even Better
00:04:25
In this episode, I discuss taking a positive approach to the good things that happen in life, rather than focusing on potential negative outcomes. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/462
Apr 16, 2021
SDS 461: MLOps for Renewable Energy
01:10:25
Sam Hinton joins us to discuss his work since assisting COVID-19 data pipelines, now working in renewable energy and applications of ML and MLOps for the industry. In this episode you will learn: • Catching up with Sam [3:05] • Updates on the COVID-19 data pipelines [7:07] • Sam’s current work at Arenko [10:41] • Sam’s stint on Survivor, PhD, and his software engineering background [16:32] • Machine learning in renewable energy [35:23] • Sam’s day-to-day tools [49:33] • How can listeners utilize MLOps [53:08] • Sam’s forthcoming novel [59:05] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/461
Apr 14, 2021
SDS 460: The History of Algebra
00:11:04
In this episode, I talk about the ancient history of algebra, an important component of data science today. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/460
Apr 09, 2021
SDS 459: Tackling Climate Change with ML
00:46:17
Vince Petaccio joins us to discuss how he sees data science, ML, and AI making positive impacts in the fight against climate change. In this episode you will learn: • Where in the world is Vince? [2:08] • Vince’s interest in climate science [4:33] • The Citizen’s Climate Lobby [9:12] • Where data science comes in [13:28] • Risks of relying on tools [31:54] • How can you make an impact? [37:28] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/459
Apr 07, 2021
SDS 458: Behind the Scenes
00:04:01
In this week’s episode, I take you behind the scenes of our video tutorial productions to see what goes into making our tutorials. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/458
Apr 02, 2021
SDS 457: Landing Your Data Science Dream Job
01:01:23
Harpreet Sahota joins us to discuss his data science mentorship work outside his day job and how you can land your dream job. In this episode you will learn: • Harpreet’s current life and location [2:25] • Data Community Content Creator Awards [8:37] • The Artists of Data Science Podcast [14:46] • Data Science Dream Job [24:18] • Harpreet’s day job at Price Industries [30:48] • Coming in data science from a non-data background [40:55] • Tools and skills to know [47:57] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/457
Apr 01, 2021
SDS 456: The Pomodoro Technique
00:06:51
In this week’s episode, I talk about one of my favorite time management techniques: the Pomodoro technique. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/456
Mar 26, 2021
SDS 455: Legal Tech, Powered by Machine Learning
00:58:21
Horace Wu joins us to discuss his work on Syntheia, a unique product that helps sift through massive amounts of legal data to augment the capacities and function of law firms. In this episode you will learn: • Horace’s life and work in New York City [5:00] • Syntheia and Horace’s role there [6:25] • Horace’s background [12:07] • Nearmap [16:35] • Syntheia NLP use cases [21:46] • Design, coding, and the team [34:19] • What skills does one need for this field? [41:41] • What would Horace do differently and what is he excited for? [46:15] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/455
Mar 24, 2021
SDS 454: The Staggering Pace of Progress Part 2
00:06:56
In this episode, I continue my discussion about the quick-paced growth of technology and how it impacts different fields. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/454
Mar 19, 2021
SDS 453: Big Global Problems Worth Solving with Machine Learning
01:21:55
Stephen Welch joins to go over his year-end 2020 list of 10 important questions and pain points that machine learning can improve. In this episode you will learn: • Welch Labs on YouTube [4:54] • What Stephen’s been up to [7:56] • Stephen’s 2020 year-end blog post [10:11] • Stephen’s reflections on 10 areas worth focusing on [16:25] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/453
Mar 17, 2021
SDS 452: The Staggering Pace of Progress
00:05:51
In this week’s episode, I discuss how technology propelled the recruitment industry forward and continues to do so today. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/452
Mar 12, 2021
SDS 451: Translating PhD Research into ML Applications
01:16:13
Dan Shiebler joins us to discuss his category theory Ph.D. program, his full-time job at Twitter, and how the two crossover and combine in his overall data work. In this episode you will learn: • Dan’s neuroscience undergrad and MATLAB [4:12] • Dan’s Ph.D. timeline and research [14:01] • How to start a Ph.D. while working full time [22:45] • Dan’s work at TrueMotion and label data [30:39] • Dan’s title and role at Twitter [39:15] • Specific projects at Twitter [44:09] • What skills someone should bring to a Twitter job interview [52:06] • What machine learning approaches will be important in the future? [1:00:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/451
Mar 11, 2021
SDS 450: Yoga Nidra
00:30:05
This week, Jon talks with Steve Fazzari about the physical and emotional benefits of practicing Yoga Nidra. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/450
Mar 05, 2021
SDS 449: Fairness in A.I.
00:59:33
Ayodele Odubela joins us to discuss fairness in AI and how we can work towards a more equitable and transparent world of data science and machine learning. In this episode you will learn: • Comet ML [3:22] • What is a data science evangelist? [7:08] • FullyConnected [12:04] • Imposter Syndrome and Ayodele’s book [15:57] • What Ayodele wished she learned from grad school [20:25] • Uncovering Bias in Machine Learning [27:00] • Where can we affect this positive change in fairness? [31:08] • The potential for a rosy future [49:20] • Ayodele’s LinkedIn Learning course [52:24] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/449
Mar 04, 2021
SDS 448: How to be a Data Science Leader
00:05:21
This week, I answer your questions about how to take yourself from data science practitioner to data science leader. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/448
Feb 26, 2021
SDS 447: Commercial ML Opportunities Lie Everywhere
00:58:15
Michael Segala joins us to discuss how machine learning can provide creative and novel solutions to longstanding problems in both the private and public sectors. In this episode you will learn: • SFL Scientific [4:20] • SFL’s example work [10:55] • Public sector vs private sector work [20:28] • Michael’s day-to-day [30:18] • What is Michael looking for in the people he hires? [33:38] • Michael’s career journey [41:39] • What is Michael excited about for the future? [48:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/447
Feb 25, 2021
SDS 446: Getting Started in Machine Learning
00:06:36
This week I answer your questions about machine learning and how to educate yourself further in the field. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/446
Feb 19, 2021
SDS 445: Conversational A.I.
00:54:42
Sinan Ozdemir joins us to share his work in conversational AI and what it takes to keep chatbots up to date and functional in an ever-changing world. In this episode you will learn: • Kylie.ai under Directly [4:51] • Sinan’s day-to-day work and tools [10:45] • Use cases [18:27] • AutoML’s role in these processes [21:55] • What hard or soft skills are needed for this work? [29:32] • Sinan’s background in teaching [34:58] • Sinan’s history in pure math and applied math [39:44] • Sinan’s math tattoos [43:48] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/445
Feb 18, 2021
SDS 444: Future-Proofing Your Career
00:05:41
In today’s episode, I answer your questions on how to best future-proof your data science career in AI, AutoML, and model interpretability. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/444
Feb 12, 2021
SDS 443: The End of Jobs
01:07:07
Jeff Wald joins us to discuss his book and the research he has done into the data and trends around the job market, the decline of the 9-5 office job, and more. In this episode you will learn: • The Birthday Rules [3:51] • A history of work [7:41] • The myth of the lifetime contract [12:15] • What the data says about now [21:02] • On-demand labor market [25:34] • Remote work [32:09] • What role will automation play? [46:27] • Future of employment from the study lens [48:30] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/443
Feb 11, 2021
SDS 442: Data Science as an Atomic Habit
00:07:03
In today’s episode, I discuss how focusing on process and habit building can provide more for you and your professional progress than simply chasing a goal. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/442
Feb 05, 2021
SDS 441: Communicating Data Effectively
00:55:30
Kate Strachnyi joins us to discuss her work in data visualization education from conferences to published books as well as her tips for visualization best practices. In this episode you will learn: • What does Kate do (from her children’s perspective) [1:56] • What kind of tools does Kate employ? [5:19] • Kate’s day-to-day [13:03] • DATAcated Conference [16:03] • How do you amass a big LinkedIn following? [20:39] • Kate’s four published books [29:55] • The guidelines to follow to succeed in this field [37:00] • What’s next for Kate? [41:24] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/441
Feb 04, 2021
SDS 440: MuZero: Learning Without Rules
00:05:17
In this episode, I continue my discussion on the leaps we’re making towards AGI, by looking at MuZero. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/440
Jan 29, 2021
SDS 439: Deep Learning for Machine Vision
00:48:32
Deblina Bhattacharjee joins us to talk about her amazing work in computer vision and give advice for getting into and excelling in the field. In this episode you will learn: • Deblina’s master’s program work [4:03] • Deblina’s computer vision research and Ph.D. [11:46] • Deblina’s drumming hobby [20:18] • The daily work [24:40] • What key skills do you need as a data scientist? [33:21] • How can a data scientist prepare for the future? [37:03] • How does Deblina tackle time management? [40:24] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/439
Jan 28, 2021
SDS 438: Artificial General Intelligence
00:06:15
In this episode, I discuss DeepMind’s latest breakthrough towards AGI and the stepping stones that got them there. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/438
Jan 22, 2021
SDS 437: Data Science at a World-Leading Hedge Fund
01:13:59
Claudia Perlich joins us to discuss her work at one of the world’s largest hedge funds and how she got to work there, as well as her history of winning data science competitions. In this episode you will learn: • Life and work during the pandemic [2:23] • Claudia’s history with horses and riding [8:28] • Claudia’s work at Two Sigma [12:00] • Claudia’s role on a daily basis [20:51] • Tools of the trade [30:27] • What Claudia looks for when hiring [36:37] • What skills do future hires need? [40:32] • Claudia’s history with data science competitions [48:22] • Why work in finance and at Two Sigma? [1:00:19] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/437
Jan 20, 2021
SDS 436: Attention Sharpening Tools Part 2
00:07:06
In this episode, I continue my discussion on daily mindfulness practice and how to form a growing habit in it. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/436
Jan 15, 2021
SDS 435: Scaling Up Machine Learning
01:09:58
Erica Greene joins us to discuss her work as a machine learning manager at Etsy, how they tackle problem-solving, how they implement ML scaling, and more. In this episode you will learn: • Erica’s role at Etsy and problem solving between platforms [2:28] • Interesting failures Erica has navigated [25:40] • How does Erica’s team select problems to solve [33:07] • Engineering at scale [40:15] • What does Erica’s working day look like? [46:30] • Etsy is hiring [53:00] • Diversity in hiring [57:12] • Do data scientists need PhDs? [1:01:26] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/435
Jan 14, 2021
SDS 434: Attention Sharpening Tools Part 1
00:06:17
In this episode, I discuss my use of mindfulness and attention sharpening tools to boost my productivity throughout the day. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/434
Jan 08, 2021
SDS 433: Data Science Trends for 2021
01:17:35
Ben Taylor joins us for the fourth time to discuss the upcoming 2021 trends in the world of data science as well as the post-COVID world. In this episode you will learn: • Ben’s passion for AI [9:41] • Delivering results and KPIs [12:43] • DataRobot and AutoML [20:38] • Transparent storytelling [24:29] • Federated learning [31:37] • ML productionization [37:01] • AI ethics [46:01] • Emerging software packages/tools [54:39] • Remote work [1:02:44] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/433
Jan 07, 2021
SDS 432: Hello from Jon and Welcome to 2021
00:04:25
In this episode, I introduce myself, Jon Krohn, as the new host of the SuperDataScience podcast and give you a taste of what to look forward to in 2021! Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/432
Jan 01, 2021
SDS 431: One-on-one with Kirill: What I learned in 2020
01:59:20
In this final episode featuring Kirill as the host, he examines and presents his top 7 learnings from this unprecedented year. In this episode you will learn: • Backpain and standing desks [5:41] • The internal conflict model [14:33] • What acceptance really means [38:32] • Intellect and Intelligence [58:10] • Needs vs. wants/desires/wishes [1:08:00] • Intention vs effect [1:25:51] • Do not take things personally [1:46:12] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/431
Dec 31, 2020
SDS 430: Intellect and Intelligence
00:15:23
In this episode, I talk about the reasoning behind my decision to step down as the host of the SDS podcast. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/430
Dec 25, 2020
SDS 429: 2020's Biggest Data Science Breakthroughs
01:31:11
Jon Krohn joins us for a year-end episode about 2020’s biggest data science breakthroughs and for a big podcast announcement for 2021. In this episode you will learn: • Global warming [4:37] • Our big podcast announcement [6:57] • Who is Jon Krohn? [12:14] • Top 3 technological breakthroughs of the year [21:28] • AlphaFold [23:33] • GPUs [45:51] • GPT-3 [1:00:26] • Wrap up [1:26:40] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/429
Dec 24, 2020
SDS 428: The Internal Conflict Model
00:32:56
In this episode, I talk about a very interesting concept around expectations and reality, and how the gap between the two might be affecting us. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/428
Dec 18, 2020
SDS 427: Impacting Through Technology
01:12:06
Syafri Bahar joins us for a great conversation about his work at GOJEK, a decacorn super app bringing services to Indonesia, and his philosophy of empowered data science teams. In this episode you will learn: • Syafri’s day job at GOJEK [11:26] • What is a super app? [14:50] • The data science department at GOJEK [19:47] • High-performance data science team [31:17] • Syafri’s career journey and love of math [39:49] • Apply to work at GOJEK [55:42] • Working for the benefit of others [1:00:21] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/427
Dec 17, 2020
SDS 426: The Shift: From Ambition to Meaning
00:17:14
In this episode, I talk about something profoundly important for me this year in shifting away from ego-driven ambition towards non-materialistic meaning in your life and work. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/426
Dec 11, 2020
SDS 425: The Past, Present, and Future of AI Services
01:14:16
Rama Akkiraju joins us to discuss the past, present, and future of AI services and how companies and data scientists can best prepare themselves to become AI consumers. In this episode you will learn: • 23 years at IBM, before and after data science [6:11] • IBM Watson and AI services [12:25] • Skills to utilize AI services [25:02] • How to achieve significant ROI on AI deployment [41:31] • What does the AI future look like to Rama? [52:41] • Ethics and the benefits of AI [1:04:37] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/425
Dec 10, 2020
SDS 424: A Symbiotic Relationship With AI
00:09:17
In this episode, we talk about how businesses can maximize their relationship with AI to ensure visible ROI and progress of industries. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/424
Dec 04, 2020
SDS 423: The Growth and Future of STEM in Africa
01:00:14
Amanda Obidike joined us for a great discussion about her work in Nigeria and the African continent in empowering and enabling STEM education and job placement. In this episode you will learn: • Life in Lagos, Nigeria [5:22] • Amanda’s journey to data science [7:28] • Case studies and example projects [13:00] • STEM skills and the start of STEMi [19:41] • What are the issues STEMi is addressing? [24:48] • Get involved in STEMi’s mentoring project [30:12] • STEMi’s results so far [36:02] • Amanda’s best tips for landing jobs [39:04] • Work in promoting education and literacy [45:19] • The progress of STEM in Africa [47:34] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/423
Dec 03, 2020
SDS 422: Pain Vs. Suffering
00:10:24
In this episode, I talk about the difference between pain and suffering and the importance of becoming aware of it. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/422
Nov 27, 2020
SDS 421: Real-World Applications of Digital Twins
01:06:23
Theunis Barnard joins us for a great conversation about digital twins and how data scientists can learn about the technology and get involved with its applications. In this episode you will learn: • Data science in South Africa [6:08] • Theunis’s current companies [11:32] • Industry 4.0 [13:59] • Digital twins [22:37] • Theunis’s day-to-day [38:54] • Further examples of digital twins [42:26] • Future of digital twins [48:02] • Theunis’s advice for data science newcomers [57:17] • Process digital twins vs. system digital twins [59:42] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/421
Nov 26, 2020
SDS 420: Wheel of Life
00:09:04
In this episode, we do an exercise using the wheel of life to examine your time management and understand how balanced your life currently is. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/420
Nov 20, 2020
SDS 419: Unlocking the Architecture of Innovation
01:12:01
Juval Löwy joins us for an exceptional episode that condenses much of his masterclass teachings into a powerful hour of information about the right approach to designing systems as well as projects. In this episode you will learn: • Career planning [7:24] • Consequences of designing against requirements [8:57] • The framework of a good system design [30:32] • The right approach to project design [44:00] • Juval’s book [1:02:31] • The progress and future [1:03:48] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/419
Nov 19, 2020
SDS 418: Play With Feeling
00:06:29
In this episode, I discuss a very interesting quote by Beethoven about the importance of giving space to feelings, even if that means making a mistake. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/418
Nov 13, 2020
SDS 417: Data Engineering and Product Development
01:06:26
Arthur Shectman joins us to discuss the data engineering and data product development work they do in Elephant Ventures and the importance of capturing value through data. In this episode you will learn: • What is Elephant Ventures? [8:11] • Data quality engineering [21:00] • The importance of focusing on business value [39:58] • Methodology for understanding the company’s business value [46:05] • What is data engineering? [49:28] • What is data product development [51:34] • What are the technical skills needed for these jobs? [56:02] • What is the future bringing for data science? [59:23] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/417
Nov 12, 2020
SDS 416: My Advice for Career Success
00:16:24
In this episode, I talk about the three key ingredients for a successful, happy career in data science. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/416
Nov 06, 2020
SDS 415: Developing and Maintaining Your Technical and Soft Skills
01:08:44
Asieh Ahani joins us to discuss her rapid career progress, the unique work she does at MassMutual, and how she maintains her technical skills while working in a leading position. In this episode you will learn: • Asieh’s background [5:09] • Machine learning techniques for processing biosignals [14:24] • Signal processing [22:22] • Asieh’s career and move from academia to industry [27:19] • Maintaining technical skills as a manager [41:48] • MassMutual is hiring [47:02] • Leading a remote data science team and work/life balance [49:55] • Asieh’s words for other women in data science [55:28] • Future of data science [1:00:30] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/415
Nov 05, 2020
SDS 414: Needs vs. Wants
00:13:58
Today I talked about the importance of understanding the balance between acting selfishly and acting with self-neglect and how the awareness of our needs and wants can help with that. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/414
Oct 30, 2020
SDS 413: Changing The World With Data
01:16:14
Emmanuel Letouzé discussed in-depth his work in global data science literacy and how he hopes data science will benefit the world in various societal and socio-economic challenges. In this episode you will learn: • Parenting and its effects on Emmanuel’s life and work [3:14] • Why did Data-Pop Alliance come to life? [8:42] • Working with Harvard and MIT [13:04] • Examples of projects and areas of focus [18:16] • Data as lenses and data as lever [29:43] • Sustainable Development Goals indicators [38:21] • How can we use data as a lever? [43:41] • How can data help with disaster resilience? [57:09] • The future of data science [1:04:09] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/413
Oct 28, 2020
SDS 412: Stand More - Sit Less
00:12:16
Today I talked with a chiropractor about how to best treat your back while working during the day. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/412
Oct 23, 2020
SDS 411: Succeeding in Analytics by Thinking Outside the Data
01:16:32
Jennifer Cooper talked with us about her role as a strategic analyst and how others can get involved with similar positions around analytics and hybrid roles. In this episode you will learn: • Jennifer’s start in data science [6:04] • What is analytics support function? [16:01] • Keys to success in analytics roles [21:09] • How do you find these roles? [42:42] • DataScienceGO Virtual #2 [50:45] • Common questions Jennifer gets [1:00:52] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/411
Oct 21, 2020
SDS 410: Communicate Your Needs
00:07:13
Today I talk about something important, which I recently had to reteach myself, about personal needs and communication. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/410
Oct 16, 2020
SDS 409: Succeeding & Networking In The Virtual Space
01:09:06
Steve Nouri talks with us about the importance of managing your personal brand, participating in hackathons, and being active in the conversations around AI as you begin your career. In this episode you will learn: • Steve’s work in the Australian Computer Society [4:32] • River City Labs [12:22] • Hackathons during the pandemic [16:21] • Choosing a path in AI [26:09] • The AI bubble and its implications [31:09] • Strategic data acquisition [38:04] • Explainable AI [43:50] • Creating a personal brand [51:35] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/409
Oct 14, 2020
SDS 408: Meaning is Everything
00:12:39
Today I talk about an interesting concept that can often be the cause of conflicts in professional and personal relationships. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/408
Oct 09, 2020
SDS 407: How to Encourage Diversity in Data Science
01:23:45
Margot Gerritsen joins us for a great discussion that was both technical and inspiring, on the topics of principal component analysis and linear algebra, as well as the importance of women in data science. In this episode you will learn: • Margot’s travels and background [7:29] • Margot’s position and work at Stanford [13:38] • What is linear algebra? [18:00] • Principle component analysis [23:02] • WIDS, Women in Data Science [32:08] • Margot’s diversity call to action [58:12] • How can men support their female colleagues? [1:05:55] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/407
Oct 07, 2020
SDS 406: Abandon Hope
00:07:45
Today we discussed the Buddhist concept “abandon hope” as a way to avoid falling victim to negative emotions and fear. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/406
Oct 02, 2020
SDS 405: The Work of Quants and Data Scientists in the Financial Space
01:09:00
Thomas Obrist joins us to give an advanced talk on the work he does in the financial and energy space as a quant and how it overlaps with data science. In this episode you will learn: • Thomas’s background and studies [5:04] • Long and short in financial markets [8:33] • Thomas’s current role at Axpo [14:55] • Quant vs. data scientist vs. data analyst [18:55] • The Monte Carlo method [26:26] • Thomas’s day-to-day [30:06] • Grid loss use case [35:25] • Thomas’s hackathon success [53:22] • Thomas’s recommendation for those interested in the space [1:01:39] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/405
Sep 30, 2020
SDS 404: The Narrative Arc in Storytelling
00:15:50
Today we dissect the building blocks of storytelling to help you become a better presenter of your data science insights. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/404
Sep 25, 2020
SDS 403: Gamifying Your Data Science Work and Education
01:16:31
Juan Gabriel Gomila Salas joins for an exciting discussion about his work in the game industry and how gamification can boost data science impact across industries. In this episode you will learn: • Juan Gabriel’s work before and during COVID-19 [3:37] • Juan Gabriel’s unique career path [10:36] • Video game monetization case study [25:44] • How can data scientists utilize gamification in their daily jobs? [36:28] • Juan Gabriel’s work as a professor [42:46] • Is online education the future? [47:40] • Data science in the English speaking world vs the Spanish speaking world [52:30] • Where is data science headed? [59:45] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/403
Sep 23, 2020
SDS 402: Face Your Demons
00:06:21
In this episode, I discuss an interesting metaphor I’ve recently utilized to help myself face and overcome toxic or negative feelings. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/402
Sep 18, 2020
SDS 401: From Data Science Student to Professional
01:05:27
Michael Galarnyk joins to tackle your questions on data science job hunting and data science education. In this episode you will learn: • Who is Michael Galarnyk? [3:48] • Tools and skills to know [11:52] • Building and sharing a portfolio [26:21] • Advantages of online and in-person education [37:42] • Teaching data science to younger students [43:55] • Necessary soft skills to be a successful data scientist [51:31] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/401
Sep 16, 2020
SDS 400: Think Bigger
00:06:02
In this anniversary episode, we discuss the importance of knowing why you do data science and how your skills may one day impact the world as challenges arise. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/400
Sep 11, 2020
SDS 399: Contributing to the Community of Data Scientists
00:47:20
Monica Royal joins us to discuss her journey from consumer to contributor in the data science community and how sharing your work and exploring networking can help you on your journey. In this episode you will learn: • Monica’s activity in the data science community [5:17] • The biggest takeaways from Monica’s 100 Days of Learnings [11:00] • Techniques for productivity and continued learning [16:03] • Monica’s interest in the SDS podcast and keeping up to date in data science [33:01] • The DataScienceGO Virtual experience [35:51] • Strategic thinking [38:38] • Monica’s parting inspirational thoughts [41:01] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/399
Sep 09, 2020
SDS 398: Emotional Burnout
00:21:43
In this episode, I discuss a very important topic on the stages and symptoms of burnout and how to tackle them at each point to avoid irreparable damage. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/398
Sep 04, 2020
SDS 397: The Importance of Data Science Literacy
01:22:51
We chatted with data science influencer, educator, and principal data scientist Kirk Borne about his philosophy and work in spreading data science literacy across fields and industries through his frameworks. In this episode you will learn: • Live vs. virtual events [4:20] • Who is Kirk Borne? [7:13] • Big data’s evolution and the emergence of small data [11:17] • The fourth industrial revolution and the future [22:00] • How has the data science education space changed in 14 years? [33:44] • Four types of data discovery [38:00] • The broad categories of AI you should pursue [50:44] • 5 dimensions of analytics implementation [53:50] • LinkedIn Q&A [1:05:00] • Hiring at Booz Allen [1:15:18] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/397
Sep 02, 2020
SDS 396: Five Job Hunting Tips
00:22:19
In this episode, I share a series of great tips, plus a bonus tip for getting your application further along in the hiring process and getting the job. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/396
Aug 28, 2020
SDS 395: How to Tell Stories with Data
01:13:39
Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic talks about her influential book Storytelling with Data and shares some best practices for conveying meaning from your visualizations. In this episode you will learn: • Cole’s business Storytelling With Data [4:04] • How did Cole get into this space? [7:24] • When did Cole start writing the book? [15:33] • Top 3 tips from the book [22:44] • How to structure a good story [35:17] • Communicating in-person vs. virtually [41:37] • Cole’s upcoming workshops [43:50] • LinkedIn Q&A [48:57] • Cole’s advice on preparing for the future in the field [1:05:22] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/395
Aug 26, 2020
SDS 394: Teach It
00:09:38
In this episode, I discuss the power of teaching what you learn to help you retain the highest amount of the information you are learning. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/394
Aug 21, 2020
SDS 393: The Importance of Keeping Science in Data Science
01:08:12
John Peach joins to discuss his passion for bringing more scientific approaches to the data science field, making it smarter and more efficient. In this episode you will learn: • John’s move from Canada to the US [3:37] • John’s new position at Oracle [8:31] • Data Science Workflows [9:34] • John’s solution to data science workflow exploration [12:06] • John’s data science design thinking framework [21:20] • Case study [34:21] • Literate statistical programming [43:12] • R or Python? [51:55] • Data unit testing [53:28] • What drives John? [1:00:56] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/393
Aug 19, 2020
SDS 392: Start Your Own Morning Ritual
00:13:20
In this episode, I describe my morning ritual and discuss the importance of setting up a morning ritual for yourself. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/392
Aug 14, 2020
SDS 391: Data Science Campfire Tales with John Elder
01:50:52
John Elder joins for an amazing podcast to share his data science "campfire tales" spanning over 20 years of his career in the industry. It will definitely help you in your work to incorporate some of the best principles. In this episode you will learn: • John’s first bungee jump [4:01] • Calculus vs. resampling [14:01] • Elder Research [21:11] • Domain knowledge advice [25:26] • The importance of instincts [41:52] • Ensembles and simplicity [59:33] • John’s opinions on neural nets [1:10:49] • Target shuffling method and the crisis in science [1:17:27] • What does the future of data science hold? [1:39:53] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/391
Aug 12, 2020
SDS 390: Perception vs. Emotion
00:10:57
In this episode, I share a tip I came across this week about avoiding conflict in interpersonal relationships. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/390
Aug 07, 2020
SDS 389: Becoming Good Enough: Jumpstarting Your Data Science Career
01:04:41
Josh Hortaleza discusses how he’s become a juggernaut of an aspiring data scientist and powered through networking and internships to reach his goals in the field. In this episode you will learn: • How did Kirill and Josh meet [8:26] • Who is Josh? [12:42] • Josh’s first internships [17:07] • Being “good enough” and the luck factor [34:51] • Josh’s goal [40:55] • Genuine networking [43:08] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/389
Aug 05, 2020
SDS 388: Get a Headhunter
00:07:05
In this episode, I share an awesome tip for anyone at any level around recruitment and headhunters. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/388
Jul 31, 2020
SDS 387: Becoming a Data Science Leader
00:33:34
Lillian Pierson discusses her work on data leadership and how any data scientist can become a data leader in their organization or community. In this episode you will learn: • Who is Lillian Pierson? [3:27] • Winning With Data [6:08] • Four superpowers of great data leaders [11:53] • Benefits of developing these skills [17:27] • Examples of quick win challenges in Winning With Data [19:34] • Impact of COVID-19 [22:23] • Where is the industry going? [28:26] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/387
Jul 29, 2020
SDS 386: Cohort Analysis
00:09:53
Today, I explain cohort analysis and how this can be used for conversion metrics and tracking the customer journey. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/386
Jul 24, 2020
SDS 385: Advanced Data Topics and People-Centered Data Science
01:17:50
T. Scott Clendaniel joins to discuss advanced topics in data science and his forecasts for the future in this field. He also talks about the importance of soft skills for data scientists. In this episode you will learn: • Who is Scott Clendaniel? [6:57] • Scott’s role at Franklin Templeton [10:24] • LinkedIn advanced Q&A [13:29] • Tools that Scott uses the most [26:57] • Target mean encoding technique [30:35] • LinkedIn Q&A on models [33:11] • LinkedIn Q&A on soft skills [54:04] • LinkedIn Q&A on forecasts for the future [01:00:19] • Hub and spoke model in Data Science Management [01:08:32] • Scott’s advice for advanced data scientists [01:10:12] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/385
Jul 22, 2020
SDS 384: 10 Tips to Become a Master Presenter
00:19:49
Today, I discuss best practices for data visualization and how to build on what we learned about cognitive load. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/384
Jul 17, 2020
SDS 383: You're Not an Imposter, You're Learning: Data Science Journeys
00:59:20
Sean Casey joins to discuss his data science journey and how he’s used online courses, secondary resources, and the wider network to help his journey to a data visualization professional. In this episode you will learn: • How Sean and Kirill met at DSGO Virtual [4:25] • Sean’s experience at the virtual event [7:32] • Sean’s journey [10:06] • Do you need the credibility of a degree? [22:01] • Sean’s supplemental readings [24:33] • What can others do to replicate Sean’s success? [39:18] • Sean’s advice for others just starting [50:15] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/383
Jul 15, 2020
SDS 382: Manage Cognitive Load in Data Science
00:09:07
Today, I discussed the types of cognitive load and how to best utilize them when imparting information through data. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/382
Jul 10, 2020
SDS 381: How to Avoid Failing at Digital Transformation
01:00:08
Tony Saldanha joins the podcast to discuss the realities of digital transformation and the steps companies must take to successfully transform in this fourth industrial revolution. In this episode you will learn: • Tony’s book on digital transformation [2:51] • What is digital transformation [8:30] • Five stage framework of going through digital transformation [11:13] • Case studies through the stages [16:43] • Why do digital transformations fail? [27:26] • VC portfolio approach [31:21] • Tony’s consulting work and top tips [40:11] • Change management and COVID-19 [44:44] • Disruption vs. digital transformation [51:14] • What does the future hold? [53:50] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/381
Jul 08, 2020
SDS 380: Data Analyst vs. Data Scientist
00:10:13
Today, I discuss the difference between a data analyst and data scientist and how you can join our team as a potential data analyst. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/380
Jul 03, 2020
SDS 379: Maelstrom, Chaos, and Mayhem: Guiding Your Data Science Career Path
00:55:38
Christopher Bishop speaks on the importance of career tactics in data science and how to prepare and move through the career path you want. In this episode you will learn: • Who is Christopher Bishop? [5:18] • How Christopher developed his advising framework [9:17] • Why data scientists? [12:07] • What is the Future Career Toolkit? [15:54] • How to connect with people as an unknown data scientist [34:09] • What's the intended outcome of the framework? [43:53] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/379
Jul 01, 2020
SDS 378: Use Your Unconscious Mind
00:09:58
In this episode, I talk about the importance of the unconscious mind in decision making and how logic and reasoning may sometimes hinder you. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/378
Jun 26, 2020
SDS 377: The Power of Women in STEM
01:18:02
Deborah Berebichez joins us to discuss her experience as a woman in STEM, her work with upcoming generations of women in STEM, and how she helps facilitate data science trainings. In this episode you will learn: • Deborah's origins [4:21] • Pursuing physics as a Jewish-Mexican woman [9:43] • Deborah's work in helping women in STEM [23:10] • How can companies also aid women in STEM? [28:10] • How can individual data scientists work on creative thinking? [44:31] • Deborah's work at Metis [48:26] • Data literacy done the right way [1:00:33] • The future of data science [1:04:55] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/377
Jun 24, 2020
SDS 376: Expose Yourself to New Ideas Regularly
00:09:40
In this FiveMinuteFriday, I talk about the need to widen your horizons, expose yourself to more varied disciplines and thought processes, and the benefits you can get in your work from doing this. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/376
Jun 19, 2020
SDS 375: Utilizing Oracle Cloud as an Enterprise, Small Business, or Developer
01:12:47
Greg Pavlik joins me for a great talk about the current state of the cloud and how single practitioners and small businesses can take advantage of cloud services. In this episode you will learn: • Will we have cloud-based solutions for VR and working from home? [8:15] • Greg’s career journey [11:50] • From Hadoop to Cloud [23:35] • The cloud element in data science [30:17] • Data science and AI in Oracle [33:00] • Is Oracle more suited for larger companies only? [37:35] • Fundamental differences between Oracle Cloud, Amazon, and Azure [42:12] • Trends in data science and data management [45:14] • Why should someone choose Oracle over any other open source? [52:50] • How does the future of data management look like? [56:00] • 5G and edge computing [1:01:36] • Greg’s recommendation to data scientists [1:04:28] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/375
Jun 17, 2020
SDS 374: Remember to Wind Down
00:07:42
In this episode, I talk about an issue I’ve been having when it comes to phasing my mind out of work and into post-work activities, a concept called “attention residue”. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/374
Jun 12, 2020
SDS 373: TensorFlow and AI Learnings for Developers
00:59:51
Laurence Moroney sits down to talk about TensorFlow, its community, and his work educating developers in AI and machine learning. We talk about the explosive growth of the community and the great chance for career advancement for all developers, regardless of educational background. In this episode you will learn: • Who is Laurence Moroney? [4:14] • The importance of developers' focus on AI [8:21] • What is TensorFlow and how can it help in AI? [15:53] • Differences in TensorFlow editions [26:26] • Careers and overcoming the fear of AI [31:14] • TensorFlow community [48:46] • What does the future look like? [54:40] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/373
Jun 10, 2020
SDS 372: Understanding the P-Value
00:16:57
Today, I talk about P-value and proper hypothesis testing as well as the importance of statistical significance. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/372
Jun 05, 2020
SDS 371: The Power of Memory For Productivity
01:23:18
Anthony Metivier joins us again for an in-depth discussion about how memory and presence can boost productivity for people in their professional and personal lives. In this episode you will learn: • Anthony’s technique for memorizing names [12:04] • Anthony’s new book and concept of memory [15:45] • Memory and productivity insights [31:44] • Memory palace construction methods [37:30] • How can memory techniques help a data scientist [1:01:30] • Challenge frustration curve [1:07:28] • Further advice and learnings [1:11:59] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/371
Jun 03, 2020
SDS 370: What is Support Vector Regression (SVR)?
00:09:53
In today’s FiveMinuteFriday episode, I wanted to experience explaining support vector regression without the use of any visual aids. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/370
May 29, 2020
SDS 369: Real Data Analytics for Economics, HR, and COVID-19
01:05:43
John Johnson joins me for a thoughtful discussion about the importance of data in the world of economics and business analytics. We discuss his academic and professional history until his work now and how his company is sifting through economic data during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode you will learn: • Living and working in Washington D.C. [4:11] • John’s initial jobs before Edgeworth [8:41] • Edgeworth's core values [12:01] • Edgeworth Economics and Edgeworth Analytics case studies [16:57] • Data analytics vs. data science [29:50] • Parachuting into industries [36:06] • Real analytics vs. “lip service” [42:11] • HR business analytics [51:13] • How much, as a business owner, should you rely on a consultant? [56:26] • John’s advice to worried business owners [59:24] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/369
May 27, 2020
SDS 368: Future-Proof Your Career
00:10:05
Today, I discuss the best ways to ensure you future-proof your career for the great restructuring of the workforce that technological advancements already brought and will bring even more in the future. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/368
May 22, 2020
SDS 367: Building Data Pipelines for COVID-19 Modeling
01:17:53
Samuel Hinton joins us again for an important and timely discussion on data pipelines and the work he’s doing to aid research on COVID-19 with the COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium. We also talk about his new online courses and his continued research into dark matter. In this episode you will learn: • Sam’s current work and COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium [4:22] • The COVID data science pipeline and workflow [12:50] • Sam’s second online course [36:22] • Bayesian inference [43:06] • Sam at DSGO Virtual [53:30] • Sam’s work on dark matter [1:01:25] • What is Sam reading right now? [1:09:14] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/367
May 20, 2020
SDS 366: Define Your Own Success
00:07:11
Today, I discuss a profound conversation we had with our team this month on success and how you can define your own success. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/366
May 15, 2020
SDS 365: Deep Learning Models For Recruitment
01:21:25
Jon Krohn joins me to discuss his work at untapt in designing models for HR purposes. We also discuss the power of data science across fields of medicine and epidemiology, as well as the future of deep learning. In this episode you will learn: • Coronavirus update in New York City [2:36] • What brought Jon to New York? [5:38] • Data science and coronavirus [12:50] • Jon’s work at untapt [18:09] • Techniques used to design models in untapt [22:02] • untapt’s approach to explainability and bias [30:19] • Jon’s other contributions to data science [38:10] • Jon’s book and visual teaching styles [44:32] • LinkedIn Q&A [52:05] • Jon’s recommendation for becoming best at deep learning [1:13:09] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/365
May 13, 2020
SDS 364: Depression and Suicidal Thoughts
00:09:29
Today, I’m talking with Anthony Metivier about practices to help your brain and body, work through the stress of the pandemic. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/364
May 08, 2020
SDS 363: Intuition, Frameworks, and Unlocking the Power of Data
00:58:08
Piyanka Jain goes in-depth about the true power of data that can be unlocked when you combine intuition with data science practices and follow a hypothesis-driven framework to reach your project goals. Items mentioned in this podcast: • The power of data plus intuition [5:29] • BADIR framework for data science [12:36] • What can students pick up from Aryng’s courses? [24:58] • SWAT data science teams [34:16] • The rate of successful projects [39:38] • Four D’s of Data Culture [45:27] • Decision science vs data science [49:17] • Piyanka’s inspiration for her book [51:23] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/363
May 06, 2020
SDS 362: Hybrid AI
00:06:24
Today, I’m talking about an interesting topic I found in our own Data Science newsletter about the need for hybrid AI models in the future. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/362
May 01, 2020
SDS 361: How To Succeed As An Analytics Consultant
01:15:51
John David Ariansen joins me for an episode on the best practices for getting into data science consulting, the importance of understanding data science and analytics, and how you can network, even during a pandemic. In this episode you will learn: • Coronavirus and how it will affect the way we work [3:06] • John David’s consulting work [8:19] • Why did John get into consulting? [13:17] • Does John David’s age affect his clients? [25:03] • John David’s podcast [34:59] • The difference between data science and analytics [40:26] • Creating space for opportunities [49:54] • 3 top tips for getting a job in data science [54:28] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/361
Apr 29, 2020
SDS 360: Importance of Sleep
00:13:37
In this episode, I’m exploring some topics in proper sleep habits to help you keep good sleep schedules. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/360
Apr 24, 2020
SDS 359: Tackling Data Science Job Hunting, Interviews & Negotiations
01:10:01
Emily Robinson breaks down her new book “Build a Career in Data Science” by sharing what skills she focuses on exploring, who the data science field is for, and how to tackle interviews and negotiations. In this episode you will learn: • Long-distance networking [5:58] • Emily’s book [9:38] • Who is the field of data science for? [14:02] • Should newcomers use Python or R? [23:34] • Five company archetypes [28:36] • Approaching data science interviews and negotiating [31:25] • How do you actually get an interview? [48:08] • Emily at DSGO 2020 [57:07] • Emily’s final take-home message [58:52] • Where to buy Emily’s book and SDS discount code [1:04:26] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/359
Apr 22, 2020
SDS 358: Racism and Discrimination
00:12:28
In this episode, I’m discussing my personal experience with discrimination during a trip at the start of the pandemic and how it elevated my understanding of racism and discrimination beyond just a cognitive level. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/358
Apr 17, 2020
SDS 357: Emotions, Relationships, and Being Kind During the Pandemic
01:06:34
Tracy Crossley, a Behavioral Relationship Expert, talks about how you can explore yourself during this difficult time. We also explored how different relationship dynamics can be tested during a forced lockdown and how to avoid dangerous emotional pitfalls. In this episode you will learn: • What work does Tracy do? [5:50] • Tracy’s training [8:20] • Tracy’s view on the consequences of the pandemic [12:55] • Ways to tackle emotions during lockdown [17:14] • Final advice to those struggling during lockdown [1:00:11] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/357
Apr 15, 2020
SDS 356: Working Remotely
00:15:43
Today, I’m helping you explore working remotely. Whether you’ve started doing this during the pandemic or you've been interested in and exploring remote-based jobs recently. I outline three advantages and three disadvantages to consider. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/356
Apr 10, 2020
SDS 355: DJ Patil on Harnessing the Power of Data Science Community
00:49:26
DJ Patil talks about ethics in data science and the importance of data science communities working together to make sure data science is an accelerant of solutions for our children and our children’s children. In this episode you will learn: • How does it feel to be the person who created data science as we know it now? [3:17] • What data science is not [6:01] • Ethics and data science development in different countries [10:00] • What is the “biorevolution”? [16:02] • The importance of data sharing [20:10] • The current state of Chief Data Scientist of USA [24:07] • LinkedIn Q&A [26:03] • What to think about when you think about data science [44:08] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/355
Apr 08, 2020
SDS 354: Negative Coefficients
00:13:33
Today I discuss a negative coefficient as a philosophical concept in problem-solving in your life. Do you make things worse by ignoring a problem or doing the wrong things to fix it? Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/354
Apr 03, 2020
SDS 353: How to Practice Human-Centric Data Science
01:15:40
Brian T. O’Neill joins me for an insightful dive into how you can implement human-centric practices into your data work, whether you’re a consultant or individual contributor. There are ways and steps to workshop best practices in conversations with stakeholders. In this episode you will learn: • Brian’s two lives [7:28] • Brian’s human-first focal point [10:05] • The process of Brian’s consulting work [17:07] • How can an individual contributor be better at design thinking? [40:43] • Walkthrough Brian’s course and seminar [54:37] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/353
Apr 01, 2020
SDS 352: History of Data Science - Part 5
00:14:09
Today, we’re diving into our fifth and final part of our history of data science series by looking into data science’s future through the eyes of five of the most influential people in our space and how they see the next few decades. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/352
Mar 27, 2020
SDS 351: Self-Starting In Data Science
01:01:00
Stratos Hadjioannou is a freshly hired data scientist who is self-taught and made the jump to visit DSGO. He talks about his learnings, putting himself in a data science ecosystem, and how to tackle interviews with little experience. In this episode you will learn: • Where did Stratos start? [6:16] • How to keep the momentum for learning [12:20] • Stratos’s goals [19:35] • Planning the steps to getting a data science job [23:01] • Triad for successful interviews [32:47] • Application process [34:53] • Experiences from the first data science job [45:51] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/351
Mar 25, 2020
SDS 350: Coronavirus
00:05:50
Today, we take some time to discuss the real mental and emotional toll social distancing can take during the coronavirus. How can we effectively tackle each other's needs during this period? Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/350
Mar 20, 2020
SDS 349: Human-in-the-Loop Algorithms in Retail
01:02:13
Brad Klingenberg talks about the unique way Stitch Fix uses algorithms and human-in-the-loop AI to generate excellent customer experiences and pull ahead of other retailers in the space. In this episode you will learn: • Working in Stitch Fix [5:18] • How does Stitch Fix work? [11:29] • Stitch Fix algorithms tour [20:14] • Open positions in Stitch Fix [36:25] • Stitch Fix takeaways for other companies [39:07] • Humans + machines [44:19] • Stitch Fix global expansion [47:34] • Future of personalization [50:16] • Brad’s advice to data scientists [55:33] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/349
Mar 19, 2020
SDS 348: History of Data Science - Part 4
00:19:42
In the penultimate episode of our history of data science series, we look at 2015 on and watch as data science goes from being about hard skills and coding to being about ethics and progress. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/348
Mar 13, 2020
SDS 347: How To Tell Your Story For Career Success
01:08:33
Kerri Twigg talks with me about her work in helping professionals talk about themselves and tell stories about their passions and professional work to land ideal jobs and propel their career trajectory. In this episode you will learn: • Kerri at DSGO 2019 [6:09] • Who is Kerri Twigg? [8:00] • A case study from DSGO 2019 [9:51] • How do you build a career story? [18:30] • Kerri’s book and practices [32:35] • How to prepare for interviews [43:22] • 3-Parts of a career story [56:53] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/347
Mar 12, 2020
SDS 346: My Top 5 Productivity Hacks
00:14:38
In this FiveMinuteFriday we take a break from our series on the history of data science to discuss productivity and my top 5 hacks for getting more hours out of your day and week. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/346
Mar 06, 2020
SDS 345: Machine Learning At Twitter
01:12:08
I speak with Dan Shiebler who works as a machine learning engineer at Twitter Cortex and at the same time, is doing a Ph.D. on applying category theory in machine learning. We discuss his work at Twitter, the importance of academics, and the future of machine learning. In this episode you will learn: • What is great about Twitter [5:31] • Dan’s Ph.D. program [9:25] • Dan’s work at Twitter [18:07] • Dan at DSGO 2020 [35:16] • LinkedIn Q&A [40:25] • Dan’s advice [1:03:58] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/345
Mar 05, 2020
SDS 344: History of Data Science - Part 3
00:08:24
In the third of five episodes in this series, I journey through 2010 into 2015 to look at the boom of self-driving cars, the growth of data science as a profession, and the beginning of educational paths for future data scientists. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/344
Feb 28, 2020
SDS 343: Career Jumpstarts through Data Science Retreat
01:10:00
I speak with Jose Quesada, founder and CEO of Data Science Retreat about the purpose of his program to help data scientists learn and find jobs through a three-month retreat and portfolio project. In this episode you will learn: • Overview of Jose’s current projects [5:55] • "What if I don’t have a tech background?" [09:58] • How does it work? [11:51] • Program structure [21:24] • Tips for picking a portfolio project [26:45] • The program’s next intake [1:03:06] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/343
Feb 27, 2020
SDS 342: History of Data Science - Part 2
00:08:55
In the second of five episodes in this series, I take a step into the early 2000s and the true boom of data science as a profession and philosophy of study, as well as look at some of science fiction’s failed hopes for data science by this time. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/342
Feb 21, 2020
SDS 341: Talking Robotics with Brandon Rohrer
01:16:04
Brandon Rohrer joins me in this special episode about robotics, machine learning, and the merge of software and hardware to create innovative technology for homes around the world. In this episode you will learn: • Brandon at MIT [7:41] • iRobot [15:14] • Moving from Facebook to iRobot [17:14] • Brandon’s work in iRobot [20:18] • Brandon as a data science influencer [30:08] • Q&A [40:40] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/341
Feb 20, 2020
SDS 340: History of Data Science - Part 1
00:20:18
In this five-episode series, I dive into the history of data science from the beginning of mathematics to today. In this first episode, we start by looking in the 1950s and go up to the dawn of the 2000s. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/340
Feb 14, 2020
SDS 339: The Power of Coaching
01:25:35
I sat down with my coach Ivor Lok to discuss the power and importance of coaching and how everyone can use it in their personal and professional lives to become happier. In this episode you will learn: • Managing expectations [9:21] • Personal beliefs & parenting [17:42] • Value of having a coach [25:33] • Mindset over skillset [37:24] • Dream lists [51:06] • Ivor’s new projects [1:03:20] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/339
Feb 13, 2020
SDS 338: Too Many Photos
00:05:33
I discuss an observation I had recently about how many photos we take, and how much we miss out on by focusing on capturing a moment rather than living it. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/338
Feb 07, 2020
SDS 337: Hadley Wickham Talks Integration and Future of R and Python
01:14:35
Hadley Wickham, a huge presence in data science, sits down to talk about R, Python, and the future of potential integrations, as well as some Q&A with our listeners through LinkedIn about programming languages and how to make data science accessible for all. In this episode you will learn: • Hadley’s R packages [8:26] • Better integrations between R and Python [20:11] • LinkedIn Q&A [33:34] • useR Conference vs. RStudio Conference [50:46] • LinkedIn Q&A: Career-related questions [1:01:06] • LinkedIn Q&A: Future-related questions [1:08:01] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/337
Feb 06, 2020
SDS 336: Better Than Perfect
00:09:50
I discuss something that popped up for me recently: is it better to have something finished or to have something be perfect? I explore the answer and what it can mean for you in your life. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/336
Jan 31, 2020
SDS 335: Many Ways to Fail & Five Ways to Succeed in Startups
01:54:35
Rico Meinl failed when he tried to make a successful startup. He learned a lot from it and shared his story and learnings for nearly 2 hours in one of our longest and most insightful podcasts to date. In this episode you will learn: • Rico at DSGO [8:50] • Dresswell [17:10] • B2B vs B2C in startups [34:03] • Rico's 5 learnings [53:25] • Learning no. 1 [53:54] • Learning no. 2 [56:33] • Learning no. 3 [1:10:43] • Learning no. 4 [1:24:08] • Learning no. 5 [1:34:02] • Rico’s next steps [1:45:35] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/335
Jan 30, 2020
SDS 334: No Coaching
00:18:14
I return to the concept of no coaching in more detail and discuss how I recently had a good conversation with a friend without giving advice but offering empathy. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/334
Jan 24, 2020
SDS 333: BERT and NLP in 2020 and Beyond
01:04:52
Sinan Ozdemir is back again, this time talking about his work since his company Kylie.ai was acquired by Directly. We discuss his work, the way he is creating human and AI synergy and the future of NLP as it continues to progress. In this episode you will learn: • Sinan’s company acquired [7:29] • Explainable deep learning models [16:13] • Airbnb case study [19:42] • Microsoft case study [22:25] • Sinan’s role at Directly [25:57] • Work with Sinan [32:57] • Preview of Sinan at DSGO [38:38] • BERT [43:18] • Sinan’s prediction for NLP in 2020 [53:17] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/333
Jan 23, 2020
SDS 332: Go through the Motions
00:09:04
I discuss the concept of putting yourself on autopilot and powering through getting work done when you feel like giving up. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/332
Jan 17, 2020
SDS 331: Hacking Data Science Interviews for Graduates
01:31:08
Harshal Sanap talks about how he took himself from a data science student and graduate to a full time professional in data science and shares mistakes to avoid to get started in your career. In this episode you will learn: • Harshal at DSGO [8:12] • Harshal’s first data science job [16:01] • The process of getting your first job [21:25] • 3 steps to data science job search [23:37] • 4 tips on how to apply for jobs [36:59] • 5 tips on how to prepare for an interview [53:21] • 5 mistakes to avoid [1:10:31] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/331
Jan 16, 2020
SDS 330: Good!
00:08:31
I discuss finding the good in something that is objectively not so good and how you can take setbacks as a learning experience and challenge. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/330
Jan 10, 2020
SDS 329: Telling a Story Right with Data
01:04:38
Isaac Reyes talks about his approach to data visualization. We dive into the science behind it, the psychology, and the needs in businesses for proper and informed data storytelling. • Catching up with Isaac [6:37] • StoryIQ's office in Manila [10:04] • What is data storytelling? [12:29] • The keys to data storytelling [15:47] • Second key to data storytelling [18:36] • Third key to data storytelling [21:35] • Elementary Perceptual Tasks Scale [24:10] • Gestalt principles [38:56] • How does StoryIQ teach this? [48:35] • Fourth key to data storytelling [49:20] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/329
Jan 09, 2020
SDS 328: Look for the Horse
00:04:29
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday, I wish you all a happy New Year with an interesting story about having the choice to see the best in situations or see the worst in them. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/328
Jan 03, 2020
SDS 327: Data Science Trends for 2020
01:08:08
Hadelin and I outlined our top 5 trends in Data Science for 2020. We discussed why they’re hot topics and how companies can utilize them to drive profit and efficiency in the coming year. In this episode you will learn: • The decade in review [1:45] • A decade preview [5:20] • 2020 trends webinar [7:30] • Robotic process automation [9:00] • Natural language processing [18:28] • Reinforcement learning [26:35] • Edge computing [37:25] • Open source AI frameworks [52:02] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/327
Jan 02, 2020
SDS 326: Who Inspires You?
00:05:09
This week’s FiveMinuteFriday and final episode of 2019 is about who inspires you and how it may be those closest to you without you even realizing it. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/326
Dec 27, 2019
SDS 325: What I Learned in 2019
01:14:26
I went over the 7 top learnings I took from this exciting year of ups, downs, and incredible adventures and explorations. In this episode you will learn: • Dichotomies [6:18] • F*ck FOMO [19:00] • Full circle stress [27:23] • Letting doors close [38:57] • Managing my energy as an introvert [45:00] • No coaching [56:15] • Feelings [1:03:38] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/325
Dec 26, 2019
SDS 324: Proximity is Power #2
00:29:59
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday, Vitaly and I talked more about a familiar topic: proximity is power. We discussed the importance of connection, how to not saturate, and how to decide with whom you spend your time. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/324
Dec 20, 2019
SDS 323: Data Science as a Freelance Career
01:14:41
I chatted with top Upwork freelancer Wesley Engers who has worked over 150 jobs in data science. He’s worked in a variety of industries and shared a few of his most interesting jobs and offered advice for those considering diving into freelance data science work. In this episode you will learn: • Wesley on Upwork [9:11] • Wesley’s background [16:20] • How Wesley onboards a client [26:32] • Good clients vs. bad clients [31:12] • Tools [37:23] • Wesley’s best projects [45:09] • Freelance vs. full-time work [59:26] • Tips about getting into Upwork [1:06:48] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/323
Dec 19, 2019
SDS 322: Diets
00:23:45
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday we are with Vitaly and Hadelin again and we are discussing our diets and how we maintain feeling healthy and good through food intake. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/322
Dec 13, 2019
SDS 321: The Life of One Advanced Data Scientist
01:20:45
I sat down with Morgan Mendis whom I met at DSGO this year. He is one of the most advanced data scientists I’ve met and he’s been using his skills and experience to give back to his community. We discuss his career, his dreams, his ideology, and his hunt for a VP of Data Science at his former company. In this episode you will hear: • Catch up since DSGO 2019 [8:04] • VP of Data Science at Inspire [12:00] • Morgan’s career dreams [22:04] • Morgan’s experience [30:50] • Tools & solutions [1:01:33] • How you can get involved [1:12:45] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/321
Dec 12, 2019
SDS 320: Mentorship
00:37:21
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday I sat down with Vitaly and Hadelin to discuss the concept of mentorship and how we work through our professional and personal hurdles with mentors. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/320
Dec 06, 2019
SDS 319: The Path to Data Visualization
01:18:43
I sat down with Jonathan and Ogo, two DataScienceGO attendees, who are experts in the field of data visualization. Their methods and backgrounds differ but ultimately they believe in the same goal: telling a meaningful story. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/319
Dec 05, 2019
SDS 318: Amazing
00:09:20
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday I discuss the concept of “fake it until you become it” and use of the word “amazing” when thinking about your current state and when people ask how you are. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/318
Nov 29, 2019
SDS 317: A Deep Dive Into Neural Nets
01:02:36
An incredible young guest is in this episode after he attended DSGO. Edis is a 15-year-old, building his own neural networks. We discussed his background, his process of building neural networks from scratch, Kaggle competitions, and the benefit of online data science education. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/317
Nov 28, 2019
SDS 316: Make It About Yourself
00:10:35
In this week’s FiveMinuteFriday I discuss how best to handle disagreements by keeping your focus on yourself and your own actions. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/316
Nov 22, 2019
SDS 315: Making Data Accessible
01:13:17
Back by popular demand is Gabriela de Queiroz to discuss various data accessibility issues and how her work, talks, and organizations are working to make data science and AI more available across the board. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/315
Nov 21, 2019
SDS 314: Meet the Team
00:04:51
I asked the team what was one wish they had for our students on their data science journey. The answers are inspirational and encouraging for students at all levels. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/314
Nov 15, 2019
SDS 313: The Power of Online Data Education
01:04:02
Marco Caviezel’s journey from research-based psychology into a career as a data analyst is really fascinating. He did his entire data education online and managed to not only teach himself in topics of machine learning and data visualization but got a job as a data analyst through his own work. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/313
Nov 14, 2019
SDS 312: Contemplation
00:12:59
Kirill and Mitja share some thoughts about one of the workshops at the SuperDataScience offsite retreat. They explore the practice of contemplation as a way to get a deeper understanding and insights. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/312
Nov 08, 2019
SDS 311: Using Data Right In Smart Cities
01:14:02
This episode with Daniel Obodovski explores smart cities and the importance of problem-solving from city to city by using data correctly. But solutions aren’t always obvious, privacy continues to be a huge issue for citizens, and not every city prioritizes problems the same way. It’s a fascinating topic. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/311
Nov 07, 2019
SDS 310: Trial by Fire
00:06:55
Kirill and Mitja share thoughts on purposeful “trials by fire” in your life and how you can force yourself to grow through intended adversity. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/310
Nov 01, 2019
SDS 309: Learning Through Competition
00:54:59
A conversation between rival online educators in the data science community about the challenges of creating a worldwide community with millions of students, the trends in data science, and how education can keep up to date. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/309
Oct 30, 2019
SDS 308: Your Tribe
00:10:46
A FiveMinuteFriday about the importance of belonging and how a connection to the larger community in the work that you do can be incredibly beneficial and meaningful for both your career and personal happiness. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/308
Oct 25, 2019
SDS 307: Problem Solving Through Better Thinking
00:46:55
Kirill and Marc have a conversation that started as a quick FiveMinuteFriday discussion on thoughtfulness that turned into a full podcast worth of content on the power of thought, mindfulness, practice, and how even data scientists need to look past facts and information and follow their intuition. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/307
Oct 23, 2019
SDS 306: Pura Vida
00:06:54
The Costa Rican phrase "Pura Vida" is something very important to think about because it is incredibly beautiful, filled with emotion and it is so powerful. What meaning would this phrase have for you, in your life? Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/306
Oct 18, 2019
SDS 305: Using Data Visualization Tools
01:06:15
Jean-Pierre Labuschagne's career journey started in South Africa and moved to Europe, where he is bringing massive value with the power of data visualization. He is also teaching successful courses online after spending 2 years as a student of online courses himself. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/305
Oct 16, 2019
SDS 304: The Law of Attraction
00:10:35
Can you think of examples when the law of attraction worked in your life? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/304
Oct 11, 2019
SDS 303: Proper Hypothesis Testing For Every Field
01:10:04
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Astrophysicist and Online Data Science Instructor, Sam Hinton. You will hear about the Lindau Nobel Laureates meeting, where he met Nobel Prize winners and you will also hear about his appearance on the Survivor TV show. You will learn about quantum mechanics. You will also learn about the course he launched in Python for Statistical Analysis, as well as going in-depth on hypothesis testing. You will hear about Python versus R, statistical significance, why p-value of 0.5 is bad, Bayesian statistics, and what is the difference between frequentist and Bayesian approaches. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/303
Oct 09, 2019
SDS 302: What is Data Science to you?
00:05:32
What is Data Science to you? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/302
Oct 04, 2019
SDS 301: Finding Your Edge
01:08:41
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Data Scientist at TD Bank, Ayobami Ayodeji. You will hear Ayobami's valuable insights about the takeaways from DataScienceGO 2019, including productization of data science products, the 3 types of data science teams, and building character and resilience. You will also learn about Ayobami's career journey from project manager to data scientist and the sacrifices he made on that journey. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/301
Oct 02, 2019
SDS 300: Legacy
00:09:35
What are you leaving for the next generation on this planet? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/300
Sep 27, 2019
SDS 299: Becoming Seasoned At Failure
01:09:33
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Head of Data Science and Machine Learning, Michelle Keim. You will hear what working remotely is all about in data science. You will learn about the importance of failure, and why everyone should lose their job at least once. You will hear about churn and segmentation, what they meant 10 years ago and what they mean now. You will also learn about the imposter syndrome and what to do when you feel like an imposter while applying for a role. You will hear about moving from centralized data science teams to integrated experts within the business and leading people on the three key learnings that Michelle has taken away from her experience as a leader. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/299
Sep 25, 2019
SDS 298: The Six Months Rule
00:05:08
What would you change about the things you do in your life if you thought you only had 6 months to live? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/298
Sep 20, 2019
SDS 297: Fortitude & Passion in the Data Science Journey
01:05:50
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with data scientist Ayodele Odubela. You will hear how and why she chose to do a Masters in Data Science and supplemented that with online education. You will also hear about self-discovery, fortitude and passion, and how she got one of her data science jobs through Twitter. You will learn about some of Ayodele's projects like using SVM for detecting poisonous vs. edible mushrooms, using random forests and decision trees for ranking wines based on the chemical contents, using the Naive Bayes to detect spam. You will learn about the real-world project that she's worked on, bullet stopping flying drones. You will find out what role machine learning played in that project and how they're going to be applied in society once they get rolled out. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/297
Sep 18, 2019
SDS 296: Who You Become
00:11:04
Do you take time to reflect on who you became or actions you took while on a path to achieving a goal? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/296
Sep 13, 2019
SDS 295: A Deep Conversation About Tech & Life
00:55:27
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with my friend and business partner, Hadelin de Ponteves. You will hear what new exciting things are happening in Hadelin's life now. You will hear some preview of his upcoming presentation at DataScienceGO 2019, which will cover NLP, especially the BERT model, which raised a whole new level in NLP. You will also learn about reinforcement learning and Hadelin's new course on Twin-Delayed DDPG. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/295
Sep 11, 2019
SDS 294: Perception of AI in Big Companies
00:09:44
What about AI worries you in the professional world? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/294
Sep 06, 2019
SDS 293: True Personalization Through Reinforcement Learning
01:00:59
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Data Scientist, Peyman Hesami. You will find out what reinforcement learning is and how it works on an intuitive level. You will hear about the differences between reinforcement learning versus classification, or other supervised learning methods, and how it's used for personalization specifically. You will learn about six distinct advantages of reinforcement learning, what role reinforcement learning is going to play in the future of machine learning and why. Also, you will find out how and why Peyman made a career transition to work for a startup, how he's using reinforcement learning, and what is the biggest mistake he has made with reinforcement learning. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/293
Sep 04, 2019
SDS 292: Introverts and Extroverts
00:09:11
How can you find a way to balance your energy through recharging in the way that works best for you? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/292
Aug 30, 2019
SDS 291: Changing the World With Theory & Data
01:05:19
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with founder and CEO at Daisy Intelligence, Gary Saarenvirta. You'll learn about dangerous implicit assumptions, the power of theory and theory versus data. You'll also learn about two types of decisions, the spacial interaction model, traffic flow model, the concept of dividing the world in two and what humans should be doing, and what artificial intelligence should be doing. You will hear about the difference between artificial intelligence that leverages just data versus artificial intelligence that leverages theory and data, and what advantages that creates. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/291
Aug 28, 2019
SDS 290: The Passion Paradox
00:10:52
How does your inner voice compare to your passions? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/290
Aug 23, 2019
SDS 289: AI, Deepfakes and Call of Duty
01:04:50
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with top AI influencer, Ben Taylor. You will learn some very cool concepts about artificial intelligence such as active adverse impact mitigation, what that means and how that can help train on your dataset without bias. You will hear about AI ethics, deepfakes and Ben's current passion project, building an artificial intelligence that plays Call of Duty, which he will actually demonstrate at DataScienceGO this year at the end of September. If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/289
Aug 21, 2019
SDS 288: Love Yourself
00:11:53
Can you pick one activity to implement for yourself this week to engage in loving yourself? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/288
Aug 16, 2019
SDS 287: How To Be Social About Data Science
01:05:35
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with a data scientist, public speaker and the mastermind behind the Let’s Go Data Science meetups, Ashwin Chirag. You will learn why it is very important to attend meetups and what are the benefits and advantages you get from meetups. You will hear some great stories on how in-person connections with data scientists can take your career to the next level. You will also hear Ashwin’s experience in standup comedy and what it has taught him. And finally, you will hear how attending meetups, attending conferences such as DataScienceGO has changed the trajectory of Ashwin’s life. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/287
Aug 14, 2019
SDS 286: Solitude Deprivation
00:11:17
Can you give yourself an hour this weekend to physically separate from your phone? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/286
Aug 09, 2019
SDS 285: Bringing Dev & Diverse Communities Into Data Science
01:16:25
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the top contributor on Stack Overflow, Jon Skeet. You will learn what is versioning, how that affects developers and how that affects data scientists. You will hear about compiled versus interpreted languages, what is the silver bullet in cold diagnostics, what kind of problems you want to diagnose and the 'divide and conquer' principle. You will also hear about the importance of community, what it means to be part of a community and how communities grow, what you can do as a data scientist to make our community be more inclusive, more welcoming and prosper further. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/285
Aug 07, 2019
SDS 284: Proximity is Power
00:10:10
Who in your life can you get more inspiration and learning from by increasing your proximity? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/284
Aug 02, 2019
SDS 283: Getting The Most Out of Data With Gradient Boosting
01:02:25
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with one of the key people behind the Python package scikit-learn, Andreas Mueller. You will learn about gradient boosting algorithms, XGBoost, LightGBM and HistGradientBoosting. You will hear Andreas's approach to solving problems, what machine learning algorithms he prefers to apply to a given data science challenge, in which order and why. You will also hear about problems with Kaggle competitions. You will find out the four key questions that Andreas recommends to ask when you have a data challenge in front of you. You will learn about his 95% rule to creating models, and creating success in business enterprises with the help of machine learning. And, finally, you will also learn about the Data Science Institute at Columbia University. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/283
Jul 31, 2019
SDS 282: Learning Something New
00:11:03
What can you spend time learning that’s new to you and how can it help your lifestyle and career? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/282
Jul 26, 2019
SDS 281: Futureproofing Your Digital Marketing Tactics
01:06:11
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder and Director of Digital Strategy at Webfor, Kevin Getch. You will learn what digital assistants are and where they're going with the help of people like Ray Kurzweil at Google. You will hear Kevin's philosophy on 'what gets measured gets managed' and what it means for marketing and data science. You will also learn why websites are less and less important, how segmentation is slowly transitioning to personalization, creating amazing customer experiences, disk profiles, natural language processing, and computer vision and their role in the future of marketing. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/281
Jul 24, 2019
SDS 280: Gap Year
00:10:23
Is there a period in your life you can look at and feel grateful for your freedom and experience? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/280
Jul 19, 2019
SDS 279: Embedding Data Science in Business
01:08:44
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Head of Data Science at Scribd, Kevin Perko. You will learn what it's like to be a data science manager, or a data science leader, and what it's like to manage a team, and more so two teams, in two different locations, and how that is different to actually doing the technical work. Also, you'll learn about the Book Genome Project at Scribd, what it's like when a company sees data science as a product, as opposed to an auxiliary function, and a very valuable concept of decentralized, or embedded teams, versus core data science teams and the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/279
Jul 17, 2019
SDS 278: Your Core Strength
00:15:43
What do you do extremely well that no one else around you does quite as well and how can you leverage it? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/278
Jul 12, 2019
SDS 277: The New Age of Reason
01:04:27
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Serial Entrepreneur, Khai Pham. You will learn why data science is an advantage in terms of mindset even to be an entrepreneur. You will hear about general artificial intelligence versus superintelligence, what are the differences and why you don't really need general artificial intelligence to get to superintelligence. You'll also learn how questions are more important than answers, and hence the reasoning engine versus a search engine. You'll hear about Khai's experience in becoming a founder of companies. You'll learn what the whole idea of reasoning is and why companies need to move from data-driven and machine learning-driven to reasoning-driven. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/277
Jul 10, 2019
SDS 276: Data Science in Wealth Management
00:16:20
How can you use these processes in your industry? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/276
Jul 05, 2019
SDS 275: Machine Learning Through Reinforcement & Contextual Bandits
01:01:55
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Machine Learning Research Scientist, John Langford. You will hear about unsupervised, supervised learning and reinforcement learning, and the differences between the three. You will learn about applications of contextual bandits and reinforcement learning in general, YOLO style algorithms versus simulator algorithms, technics for avoiding local optimums. You will also learn about the balance between exploration and exploitation, learning to search and active learning. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/275
Jul 03, 2019
SDS 274: Ask the Right Question
00:14:24
What has happened to you recently that could call for clarity from a mentor or coach? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/274
Jun 28, 2019
SDS 273: Predict, Prevent, Detect: Cyber Security
01:06:19
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Matthew Rosenquist, one of the top leading world experts in the space of cybersecurity. You will learn what balance in cybersecurity means and what the dark web is. You will hear how Matthew's career developed and how he thinks about the strategy of cybersecurity. You will also learn about the valuable role of data science in cybersecurity and the steps you can take to get into this space. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/273
Jun 26, 2019
SDS 272: Data Science in Energy
00:14:25
How can you use data science to help keep the energy industry helpful and ethical towards the planet and future generations? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/272
Jun 21, 2019
SDS 271: Making the Public Graphically Literate
01:05:35
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the legend of visual journalism, Alberto Cairo, who talks about understanding if your data is measuring the right thing that you wanted to be measuring. You will hear about Simpson's paradox and the ecological fallacy. You will learn about the four kinds of literacy, exploratory data analysis versus communicating results, how to create a narrative structure in your visualization and convey the insights in a certain way so that people can better understand them. And finally, you will hear about ethics in data visualization. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/271
Jun 19, 2019
SDS 270: The Cold is My Master
00:24:44
How can you leverage this to help you focus on your work in data science? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/270
Jun 14, 2019
SDS 269: Maximizing Advertising Efforts With Data
01:03:45
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Justin Fortier, the principal data scientist at ViralGains. You will hear about ad tech, performing insights, getting insights, and making decisions within milliseconds with data science. You will learn about the business impact, why business impact is ultra-important, and on the other hand, why user experience is an ultra-important factor for a data scientist to consider more and more in today's world. You'll also learn about Justin's path from managing data scientists at large organizations, to being the single data scientist at smaller startups and you will hear some very interesting decisions he made throughout his career. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/269
Jun 12, 2019
SDS 268: Data Science in Insurance
00:16:18
How can you see data science disrupting and progressing insurance industry in the future? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/268
Jun 07, 2019
SDS 267: Achieving Data Science Maturity
00:56:49
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Manasi Vartak, founder and CEO at Verta.ai. You will learn about model tracking, versioning, and maintenance. You will also learn what data maturity means and what are the 3 areas where top-tier data science teams are investing in. You will hear a great discussion about the boom that will happen with machine learning in the next 3 years and what you can do to prepare your career or your business for the future. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/267
Jun 05, 2019
SDS 266: Exploration vs Exploitation
00:15:09
Where are you overexploiting patterns in your life and where can you be more open to some exploration? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/266
May 31, 2019
SDS 265: Data Science in the World of Big Data
01:01:53
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Frank Kane, an expert and top instructor in the field of big data, who also worked in Amazon for 10 years. You will learn how data science and big data have been different but are now converging into something that is very intertwined. You will hear about recommender systems such as user-based and item-based collaborative filtering as well as other types of recommender systems and where this space of recommender systems is going. You will also hear about singular value decomposition or SVD model-based methods, deep learning and Amazon DSSTNE. And in the end, you will learn some very valuable tips on how to get hired by big companies like Amazon. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/265
May 29, 2019
SDS 264: Data Science in Agriculture
00:10:49
How do you see data science continuing to improve the world’s most important industry? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/264
May 24, 2019
SDS 263: Communicating Data
01:01:20
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Eoin Murray, the founder of Kyso.io, a platform where you can blog about your data science projects using tools such as Jupyter notebooks. You will learn what the platform means for data scientists and how you can use it to build your online presence and online portfolio. You will hear about startups and how you can jump into creating a startup, what accelerators are, what angel investors are, what venture capital funds are. And you will also hear where data science is going and whether or not data science should be a certified profession. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/263
May 22, 2019
SDS 262: You Cannot Make Progress Without a Routine
00:11:16
How can you put a routine on a goal you’re trying to achieve? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/262
May 17, 2019
SDS 261: Succeeding in Data Science with the Trichotomy of Control
01:02:47
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Andrei Lyskov, a data science writer, who shares not only his experience but also his research and his thoughts and ideas in the space of getting a job in data science. You will learn about the trichotomy of control and the stages involved in job interviews in data science. You will also learn about the importance of referrals and portfolio, and you will hear about learning how to learn. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/261
May 15, 2019
SDS 260: Data Science in Real Estate
00:13:25
How can we, as data scientists, scale the existing technologies in real estate? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/260
May 10, 2019
SDS 259: Building Machine Autonomy With Neural Networks
00:59:49
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Stephen Welch, a computer vision and neural networks expert who will share a ton of information about the space of self-driving cars. You will learn about self-driving cars starting from the history of neural networks and how that was associated with self-driving cars from the '60s, '70s, '80s and all the way until now. You'll also learn about autonomous driving and the three components in the neural networks related to autonomous driving and what they are and how they work. You will find out about the five different levels of autonomous driving and what to expect in the next 10-20 years. You will hear a case study of how machine learning can be applied to historically older industries and you will also hear some very valuable career advice. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/259
May 08, 2019
SDS 258: Eating S.L.O.W.L.Y.
00:17:58
How can you work S.L.O.W.L.Y. into your daily routine? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/258
May 03, 2019
SDS 257: AI: How Far We Haven’t Actually Come
01:02:25
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Melanie Mitchell, one of the leading researchers in the field of AI. You will learn about complexity, what it is and how it works, and how it can be seen in different areas of life. You will hear about common sense, meta-cognition, explainable AI, and you will also hear Melanie's ideas and thoughts on the future of AI, which break down into two areas which you'll find out in this podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/257
May 01, 2019
SDS 256: Data Science in Transportation
00:13:55
How do you see data science assisting in the transportation industry in the future? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/256
Apr 26, 2019
SDS 255: Diving Into Computer Vision
00:56:12
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the founder of PyImageSearch.com, Adrian Rosebrock, who gives us a great overview of the space of computer vision. You will learn what computer vision was in the past, what it is now, and most importantly, what it will be in the future and what you need to prepare for if you're interested in computer vision. You will also learn about OpenCV and how to quickly get started with it as it is one of the most popular libraries and tools for computer vision in the world right now. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/255
Apr 24, 2019
SDS 254: Two Wolves
00:06:10
What negative and positive emotions do you find most often acknowledging in yourself? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/254
Apr 19, 2019
SDS 253: Solving Problems With Data Science & Uber
01:14:55
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Associate Professor at the University of California San Diego, Bradley Voytek, who was the first data scientist, and the person to kickstart data science at Uber. You will hear a lot about his past work in Uber and his current work in UCSD. You will learn four very valuable philosophical points about data science being a separate field and you will also learn what data science skills can help you resist automation. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/253
Apr 17, 2019
SDS 252: Data Science In Construction
00:13:19
What other problems in construction can you think of that data science could offer a solution for? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/252
Apr 12, 2019
SDS 251: Transforming the Identity Authentication Space
01:05:25
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the CEO and Data Scientist at TypingDNA. You will hear about a brand new industry which is transforming everything we know about security. You will learn about typing biometrics and how it works and how machine learning and data science enable this industry to go forward. You will also hear what is like to run a data science startup and how to go from an idea to research and finally to creating a business. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/251
Apr 10, 2019
SDS 250: Guilt vs Shame
00:13:42
How can you pivot your way of talking about actions and yourself to make negative feelings productive? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/250
Apr 05, 2019
SDS 249: Diving Into Data Science Consulting
01:11:02
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the CEO and Co-Founder of SFL Scientific, Michael Segala, who is joining us for the second time to share his overview of data science consulting and data science projects overall. You will hear some amazing case studies which include healthcare imaging, logistics and supply chain, and the space of energy. You will also learn about the challenge of small data and how to deal with unbalanced data sets. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/249
Apr 03, 2019
SDS 248: Data Science in Government
00:12:45
How has data science implementation in government helped improve your community? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/248
Mar 29, 2019
SDS 247: The Science Fact of Technology, AI, & Social Media
00:59:07
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Pablos Holman, the famous hacker, inventor, and entrepreneur. You will hear how artificial intelligence is impacting the world, what the Maslow's hierarchy of needs is, and how that is affected by technology. You will also hear what roles Data Science and machine learning are playing in the future of the world. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/247
Mar 27, 2019
SDS 246: Boost Your Self-Confidence
00:16:07
How will you prepare yourself for imperfection going forward? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/246
Mar 22, 2019
SDS 245: Knowing What You Need to Know With Data Science
01:01:20
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Seasoned Executive Luis Blanco about his amazing career journey from which you will gain very valuable insights for your career development. Also, you will learn about fact-based decision making cultures, how to create and nurture them and you will also learn about cross-departmental work and sharing models between departments. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/245
Mar 20, 2019
SDS 244: Data Science in Entertainment
00:16:16
How do you experience data science in your everyday use of entertainment media? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/244
Mar 15, 2019
SDS 243: Geospatial Analytics: Where Data Science & Actuarial Science Meet
01:06:24
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Senior Underwriter Dominic Roe about his actuarial work and the pioneering and implementation of a risk assessment method he’s utilized for insurance companies that’s now widespread across Australia. You will hear a very detailed explanation of how he built his model. You will also learn about geodemographic segmentation and hear some very interesting use cases of geodemographic segmentation in data science. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/243
Mar 13, 2019
SDS 242: Meditation
00:11:46
Do you use meditation to more efficiently filter your thoughts during both work and leisure time? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/242
Mar 08, 2019
SDS 241: Pushing the Boundaries in Mental Healthcare with Data Science
01:01:28
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Dr. Guillermo Cecchi about the role of data science in medical research and maybe even the future of artificial intelligence. You will learn how data science and artificial intelligence are pushing the boundaries of mental healthcare. You will hear some very interesting approaches about getting insights from audio samples of patients’ voices and their speech and you will also learn about the development of some fascinating techniques, like transferring intuitive knowledge from professionals in the healthcare field into algorithms. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/241
Mar 07, 2019
SDS 240: State of Artificial Intelligence in Business
00:32:28
How would you approach to adopting AI into your business? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/240
Mar 01, 2019
SDS 239: From Candidate to Career: Pathways for Data Scientists
01:03:35
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Headhunter and Head of Analytics Recruitment at IT Search and Selection, Adrian Clarke. You will learn about the state of the data science industry globally and the different data science roles that exist in the world. You will also learn what to expect in terms of data science salaries and why there is a huge demand for data scientists. You will hear about the concept of hybrid professional and a lot of valuable career insights. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/239
Feb 28, 2019
SDS 238: Data Science in Banking
00:13:15
What aspect in banking can you see which makes the best use of data science? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/238
Feb 22, 2019
SDS 237: Data Privacy, GDPR, and You
01:17:32
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the principal attorney, Jessica Merlet, who is an extremely experienced lawyer and gives us an excellent breakdown of what GDPR is. You will learn all about GDPR, from requirements for capturing and storing to processing data under GDPR. You will also learn some important terms such as data controller, data processor, affirmative consent, sensitive information and you will also learn what are the 4 pillars of GDPR and the 6 legal bases for capturing and processing data. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/237
Feb 21, 2019
SDS 236: How to Deal with Negative Emotions
00:08:42
What negative emotion has been difficult for you to control lately? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/236
Feb 15, 2019
SDS 235: Living the Dream With Data Science
01:03:15
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Consultant, Nic Ryan, who does a great job in combining the technical and consulting/mentoring part of data science in his career. You will hear Nic's journey of creating his remote carrier and a balanced work-family relationship, along with some valuable tips you can apply to your own carrier. You will also hear about natural language processing and some examples of his work. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/235
Feb 14, 2019
SDS 234: Data Science in Education
00:13:08
What challenges have you seen lately in the educational institutions in which data science or AI can help? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/234
Feb 08, 2019
SDS 233: High Octane Data Science Leadership at Red Bull
00:59:20
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Director of Data Science at Red Bull, Josh Muncke, who gives us some very valuable insights. You will hear a couple of case studies of how Red Bull uses Data Science, you will learn how Data Science Leadership is an important area for businesses in Data Science and you will also learn about the importance of asking good data questions. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/233
Feb 07, 2019
SDS 232: Sleep on it
00:10:31
How do you approach your roadblocks? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/232
Feb 01, 2019
SDS 231: Data Visualizers: The Storytellers of Data Science
01:03:32
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the professional data visualizer, Mollie Pettit. You will learn about the difference between data scientist and data visualizer. You will also learn about the D3.js javascript library, when to use it and how you can benefit from using it. You will hear one of Mollie's case studies and how she participates in projects that use Data Science to contribute to the world. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/231
Jan 31, 2019
SDS 230: SuperDataScience 2.0
00:10:36
How will SuperDataScience 2.0 serve you now and in the future? SuperDataScience 2.0 is available at: www.superdatascience.com/yes If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/230
Jan 25, 2019
SDS 229: Data-Driven Approach of Doing Business
00:58:23
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Co-Founder at Cursor, Adam Weinstein. You will hear Adam's journey from working at LinkedIn to founding his own company. You will learn about the concepts of Data Literacy and Citizen Data Scientist, how Cursor can help you on this journey and what does it mean for an organization to be Data Literate and Data Driven. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/229
Jan 24, 2019
SDS 228: Data Science in Mining
00:20:38
What more can you add to the list of how the mining industry can benefit from data science? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/228
Jan 18, 2019
SDS 227: Enhancing Your Mobile Gaming Experience With Data Science
01:01:30
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Influencer, Sarah Nooravi, who inspires the data science community in many different ways. You will hear about Sarah's background and interests, from culinary chef to nuclear fusion, and how she found her way to data science. You will also hear a specific case study of data science in marketing and mobile gaming industry and Sarah's role in it. You will learn about diversity in data science and how the community can help inspire data scientists to be successful. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/227
Jan 17, 2019
SDS 226: Flat Tyres Happen
00:03:53
What do you consider your ‘flat tyre’ recently and how did you approach it? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/226
Jan 11, 2019
SDS 225: The Benefit of Having a Diverse Skill Set
00:57:44
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Business Development Specialist at Velocity Group, Anna Foard who have built an amazing data science career in very short time, besides being a mother of two children. You will hear how she is challenging and conquering the field of Data Science from many different perspectives. You will learn about her strategic approach to her career and how she has managed to meet and work on projects with many of her heroes in Data Science. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/225
Jan 10, 2019
SDS 224: Hacks For Reading More Books
00:09:50
What great books can you suggest for others to read this year? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/224
Jan 04, 2019
SDS 223: Data Science Trends for 2019
01:53:22
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, Hadelin de Ponteves and I discuss the accuracy rate of the predictions we made for 2018. We also discuss the key AI and technology trends to look out for in 2019 which can help you structure your carrier and design your path through technology. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/223
Jan 03, 2019
SDS 222: 2018 in Numbers
00:09:23
What key trend do you think will continue in the year 2019? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/222
Dec 28, 2018
SDS 221: 1-on-1 with Kirill: What I learned in 2018
01:58:00
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I reflect on 2018 and share top 7 things I learned in this year. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/221
Dec 27, 2018
SDS 220: Data Science in Retail
00:14:07
What big help does data science do for you when you do your shopping? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/220
Dec 21, 2018
SDS 219: How Kaplan uses Data for Education
01:04:30
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Vice President of Measurement and Evaluation at Kaplan, David Niemi. You will hear how David applies data in the space of education in order to extract insights and understand how the learning journey can be improved. You will learn some very valuable tips about learning and you will also hear how the education industry is booming and is going to keep growing. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/219
Dec 20, 2018
SDS 218: Start A Great Day
00:08:40
What’s the first thing you’ve written on the list of things that you should be grateful for? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/218
Dec 14, 2018
SDS 217: Aerospace Engineers and Data Science
01:05:08
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the aerospace engineer, Carlos Hervás García, who works for Airbus. You will hear about Aerospace and Orbital Mechanics, the International Space Station and what aerospace engineers actually do. You will learn how Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence can be used in Aerospace Engineering and what value do these technologies bring to the field of Interplanetary Travel. You will also hear how Carlos combined his passions for Aerospace and Artificial Intelligence in his career journey. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/217
Dec 13, 2018
SDS 216: Data Science In Healthcare
00:12:54
What do you think is the most significant application of data science in the healthcare industry so far? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/216
Dec 07, 2018
SDS 215: Integrating Data Science as a Developer
01:06:39
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the full stack web developer and aspiring data scientist, Brian Dowe. You will hear what is like to go from developer to data scientist and how to integrate data science in your career as a developer. You will learn about the development, deployment and maintenance life cycle of models in business and you will hear some ideas on modeling in general. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/215
Dec 06, 2018
SDS 214: What Is Amazing In Your Life
00:04:33
What in your life is super amazing right now? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/214
Nov 30, 2018
SDS 213: Amazing Tips from Two Legends of Visualization
00:45:33
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the legends of visualization, Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray. You will learn about visualization and why it is important for data scientists and machine learning experts to know how to visualize data. You will also hear some amazing tips from their brand new creation, MakeoverMonday the Book. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/213
Nov 29, 2018
SDS 212: Model Driven Vs Data Driven
00:07:41
Are you willing to make the digital shift to be a model-driven business? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/212
Nov 23, 2018
SDS 211: Working on Apache Spark & R Package Development
01:01:48
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the software engineer at RStudio, Javier Luraschi, who has ton of passion for RStudio and developing packages, Apache Spark, Big Data and Big Compute. You will learn about Big Data and the whole history of Big Data, about Apache Spark, why it was created, what is used for, how it compares with Hadoop, how it’s developed through the time and how it’s developing now. You will also hear about package development in RStudio and some exciting things happening in that space. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/211
Nov 22, 2018
SDS 210: Compete With Yourself
00:08:13
What area in your life do you think you’ve plateaued? What will you do to level up your game in this area? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/210
Nov 16, 2018
SDS 209: Full-Time Data Scientist after just 1 year in the field
01:09:22
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the aspiring Data Scientist, Rio Branham, who now has a full-time job as a data scientist after just 1 year in the field. You will learn about the difference between data science and econometrics, what kind of tools and techniques Rio uses and what his aspirations are. You will also hear about Rio’s approach to learning which together with Rio's mindset, make this a very inspirational podcast episode. Rio makes a reckless commitment for 2019 right on this podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/209
Nov 15, 2018
SDS 208: Re-live DSGO2018
00:06:15
What talk are you particularly looking forward to listening to again? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/208
Nov 09, 2018
SDS 207: The Technical Skills that Actually Add Business Value
01:05:41
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Influencer, Data Science Podcast Co-Host and future Data Science Author, Kristen Kehrer. You will hear Kristen's valuable tips about using different data science tools, especially R and Python and how they complement each other, you will learn about the technical skills that actually add business value and you'll hear valuable tips on how to better structure your resume. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/207
Nov 08, 2018
SDS 206: Machine Learning is All Aroud You
00:15:19
What online applications are your favorites? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/206
Nov 02, 2018
SDS 205: Contributing to the community as a Data Science Influencer
00:56:26
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Influencer and Data Science Author, Kate Strachnyi. You will hear about Kate's journey to becoming a data science influencer, know how she is massively contributing to the data science community, and get insights how to create a culture of data science within an organization. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/205
Oct 31, 2018
SDS 204: Set Your Goals Higher
00:14:23
What massive goal are you looking to achieve lately? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/204
Oct 26, 2018
SDS 203: Highlights of DSGO 2018 According to an Aspiring Data Scientist
00:59:17
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the aspiring data scientist, Sasha Prokhorova. You will learn about Sasha's background experience and journey to Data Science, get valuable tips on how to get recognized and get job offers in the space of Data Science, and also get to hear some of the key things that she had learned from the speakers during the DSGO 2018 event. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/203
Oct 24, 2018
SDS 202: Ideas and Execution
00:07:22
In what ways can you make your ideas valuable? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/202
Oct 19, 2018
SDS 201: Emerging Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities in a Revolutionized World
00:59:39
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, we will listen to the Panel Discussion on emerging technologies during the DataScienceGO 2018 event in San Diego California, last October 12-14. Our panelists were 4 of the valuable persons in the space of Data Science, we have the Senior Solution Architect at NVIDIA - Mark Skinner, Manager of Data Science at TrueCar - Rachel Wang, Chief AI Officer at Ziff, Inc - Ben Taylor, and the world renowned speaker, inventor, hacker, and entrepreneur - Pablos Holman. You will listen to a very insightful panel discussion we had during DSGO where we discussed many topics including Blockchain, AI, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and disruption, startups and a lot more. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/201
Oct 18, 2018
SDS 200: What’s the Future of Data Science? Speaker Mashup Edition
00:46:49
Where do you think the field of Data Science is going in the coming years? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/200
Oct 12, 2018
SDS 199: Data Visualization Insights from NYU
01:07:38
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Associate Professor at NYU Stern School of Business, Kristen Sosulski. You will talk about Kristen's experience in visualizing data, how she learned to communicate findings, present data visualization insights and how she has helped people on how to read data, charts and graphs. You will also learn why Data Visualization is an entry pathway into Data Science and get to know the top tips that Kristen has been practicing in order to be successful in this field. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/199
Oct 10, 2018
SDS 198: Two Millimeter Shifts
00:11:00
How do you think can the concept of 2-millimeter shift impacts you? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/198
Oct 05, 2018
SDS 197: How to be Happy and Successful
01:14:23
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Epic Life Coach, Carl Massy. This episode is a total pause from the Data Science world as talks about the secret to happiness. You will know what led Carl to follow his passion in helping people find inner happiness, learn how to establish daily rituals to have a solid foundation, and get the 3 valuable tips on how to change your state of mind. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/197
Oct 03, 2018
SDS 196: Diversity in Data Science
00:07:11
How will you play your part in addressing diversity gap in Data Science? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/196
Sep 28, 2018
SDS 195: Inspiration from the Founder of the R Ladies Organization
01:02:14
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder of R-Ladies, Gabriela de Queiroz. You will talk about the R Ladies Organization and how it has been founded, discuss on the gender diversity problem in the data science field, and know the different skill set Gabriela acquired during her previous careers that she was able to carry as she moved towards being a data scientist. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/195
Sep 26, 2018
SDS 194: Why I Became Vegan
00:27:32
Would you consider switching to a vegan lifestyle? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/194
Sep 21, 2018
SDS 193: A serious talk on AI taking over jobs
00:54:10
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Artificial Intelligence expert, Roman Yampolskiy. You will discuss on Artificial Intelligence safety, talk about how AI is going to quickly take over in the coming years and why we have to prioritize AI safety for safer machines, and also get valuable advices on how to start a career in AI, for business owners, and for professionals on how to get to high-end jobs. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/193
Sep 19, 2018
SDS 192: Ace the "Greatest Weakness" Interview Question
00:08:25
What do you think is your greatest weakness? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/192
Sep 14, 2018
SDS 191: Helping San Diego Become a Smart City
01:07:49
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder of the Machine Learning Society and the creator of the CO network, Tristen Blake. You will discuss about the upcoming Data+Science collaboration platform - the CO Network, know the reason of the existence of Machine Learning Society, talk about San Diego being the next Silicon Valley, and also get to hear Tristen's courageous stories from having no Data Science background and now breaking into Machine Learning by seeing the value of this field. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/191
Sep 12, 2018
SDS 190: See You in San Diego
00:14:27
What do you look forward to this year's DataScience GO 2018 event? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/190
Sep 07, 2018
SDS 189: How I Got 45,000 Linkedin Followers in One Year
00:59:59
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Data Science Mentor, Randy Lao. You will learn how Randy Lao made a big rise in LinkedIn starting out from 45,000 followers and several Data Science jobs in just one year. You will also discuss the whole process of getting a job in Data Science from preparing your portfolio til' getting those data science jobs & opportunities, and get to learn that one thing that Randy is very passionate about which is the "end goal of Data Science". If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/189
Sep 05, 2018
SDS 188: 6 Ways to Fill the Data Science Gap
00:17:59
In what ways do you see yourself filling in the data science gap? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/188
Aug 31, 2018
SDS 187: How Data Science is Becoming a Science
01:04:18
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Principal Data Scientist at OXXO, Favio Vázquez. You will talk about Data Science finally becoming a Science, learn the 5 characteristics of Data Science projects, and know the 3 different kinds of people who explore Data Science. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/187
Aug 29, 2018
SDS 186: Why Execution Trumps Knowledge
00:10:52
What are your personal experiences relating to the concept of knowledge and execution? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/186
Aug 24, 2018
SDS 185: The Pre-Requisites for Analytics to Happen
01:04:20
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the President of McKnight Consulting Group, William McKnight. You will learn about the right pre-requisites in order to have a right analytics organization, know the 4 components of data maturity of an organization, and also find out the 5 different stages of which level an organization can be. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/185
Aug 22, 2018
SDS 184: Why You Need Domain Knowledge in Data Science
00:11:50
In what situations in your life can you apply the concept of FIFO or LIFO? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/184
Aug 17, 2018
SDS 183: Everything about Data Analytics & its Future
01:01:22
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of CirroLytix Research Services, Dominic Ligot. You will learn the 3 verticals in starting your own analytics business, talk about where the world is going in the space of data analytics and know the demands for analytics from the industries and businesses. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/183
Aug 15, 2018
SDS 182: The Importance of the Data Science Community
00:06:35
In what ways do you think can you give back to the Data Science community? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/182
Aug 10, 2018
SDS 181: 10 Tips from a Data Science Consultant
01:11:34
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Founder and managing partner at velocitygroup.io, Tim Lafferty. You will discuss about Tim's insights from his consulting experience in the space of Data Science, talk about the 3 main aspects of the life cycle of a successful data project, and also know the 10 things that a degree won't teach you. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/181
Aug 08, 2018
SDS 180: The Idea Behind Essentialism
00:06:33
In what situation in your life have you applied the value of essentialism? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/180
Aug 03, 2018
SDS 179: How a Data Science Recruiter Thinks
01:02:51
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Data Science recruiter, Matt Corey. You will talk about Matt's role as a Data Science recruiter, get interesting tips and insights about what recruiters look for in finding candidates for a data science position, and you will also know what are the things to expect from a recruiter and how intricate is the role of a good recruiter in Data Science. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/179
Aug 01, 2018
SDS 178: Visualization in Data Science
00:06:21
In what purpose do you usually use your data visualization skills? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/178
Jul 27, 2018
SDS 177: Building a Career in Data Science
01:02:08
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the aspiring data scientist, Zach Loertscher. You will talk about the current state of Data Science education, know how you can build your data science career through self-learning using the available resources online, learn how to build your own portfolio thru LinkedIn, and also know how to help back in the Data Science community. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/177
Jul 25, 2018
SDS 176: The Importance of Storytelling in Data Science
00:07:07
Have you ever tried conveying facts to anyone through telling it as a story? How did it work? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/176
Jul 20, 2018
SDS 175: Insights from the Founder of KDnuggets
00:53:22
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the President and Editor at KDNuggets, Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro. You will talk about the recent advancements in Data Science, know how Reinforcement Learning can greatly improve the AI capabilities and discuss the noticeable growing trend of automation in the field of data science. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/175
Jul 18, 2018
SDS 174: A Technology Detox Challenge
00:03:29
When was the last time that you disconnect to technologies? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/174
Jul 13, 2018
SDS 173: Understanding Robotics Process Automation (RPA) to Disrupt Your Business
01:08:06
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the the founders of Cigen, Leigh and Daniel Pullen. You will listen to an overview of RPA or the Robotics Process Automation, talk what it’s all about, how it works, how business gets value from it and also how people can learn this and integrate to their career. You will learn the different RPA tools or the global tools that any business can use across any applications. Also, you will know the concept of Robots-for-Hire and how it is valuable for entrepreneurs. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/173
Jul 11, 2018
SDS 172: Why You Need to Go Beyond the Data
00:07:49
What past situation you were in that you think you could have gone beyond the data? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/172
Jul 06, 2018
SDS 171: Deep dive into R Programming & R Studio
01:13:24
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Director of Solutions Engineering for RStudio, Nathan Stephens. You will discuss about the analytic admin concept and the idea behind this role, know why the R language is the most inclusive programming language for other languages, and talk about analytics infrastructure & how this can be used in the data lab and the production environment. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/171
Jul 04, 2018
SDS 170: Tips for a Bumpy Ride
00:07:27
What are the goals you will accomplish for the week? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/170
Jun 29, 2018
SDS 169: Data Science: Technology and Philanthropy
01:07:03
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the CEO, Founder and AI Neuroscience Researcher, Tarry Singh. You will discuss the three essential components of businesses, learn the 5 main steps to excel in Deep Learning, and talk about how Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning could change the economic status of the third world countries drastically. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/169
Jun 27, 2018
SDS 168: Focus on Your Strengths and Ignore Your Weaknesses
00:04:21
What are your strengths and what are some of your weaknesses that you can totally ignore and still become successful? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/168
Jun 22, 2018
SDS 167: Why All Companies Need a Data Science Culture
01:00:38
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Director of Data Science at Data Society, Nisha Iyer. You will talk about how members of an organization or company benefit more when they are adept with data, know how attending hands-on trainings could magnify your data science learning experience, and learn how communication and hospitality skills are important and helpful in your data science career. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/167
Jun 20, 2018
SDS 166: Should You Be Effective or Efficient?
00:03:12
Which do you think is more important - being effective or being efficient? And why? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/166
Jun 15, 2018
SDS 165: Giving Back to the Data Science Community
00:58:43
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder of Business Science, Matt Dancho. You will talk about what the business and data science industries could learn and benefit from each other, know the many different ways on how to give back to the data science community, and get insights on how to become the greatest data scientist you could ever be. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/165
Jun 13, 2018
SDS 164: Love Languages and How They Impact Your Life
00:08:24
Have you discovered what your love language is? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/164
Jun 08, 2018
SDS 163: How to Deal with Disruptive Technologies
00:53:46
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Strategy & Innovation Consultant, Aaron Bare. You will talk about why technologies like AI, block chain, and machine learning are rapidly growing and disrupting the traditional processes of industries, know how to have the mindset to learn how to harness on the use of exponential technologies, and learn why companies should revisit their business models and purpose. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/163
Jun 07, 2018
SDS 162: What I Learned from a 10 Day Detox
00:10:00
Will you be willing to take a try on doing the 10-Day Detox cleanse for your health's wellness? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/162
Jun 01, 2018
SDS 161: Using AI to Automate Communication
01:10:00
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Kylie.AI, Sinan Ozdemir. You will discuss Feature Engineering and why is it vital in interpreting and analyzing data models; you will also talk about Automated Customer Care Services and its importance in the future of enterprises, and get insights on why humans should ensure that AI is ethically responsible when serving humanity. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/161
May 30, 2018
SDS 160: Up Your Presentation Skills with Toastmasters
00:09:16
How confident are you to stand before many people and do your speech? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/160
May 25, 2018
SDS 159: From Developer to Data Scientist
01:00:40
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with the aspiring data scientist, Mike Taveirne. You will discuss the five stages of data science process for starters, get valuable tips for people who want to learn and transition to data science, and know how to apply your data science knowledge to your hobbies and interests. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/159
May 23, 2018
SDS 158: Maximize Life with the Rapid Planning Method
00:12:56
In what way do you do your planning and focus on the things that you need to get done. How effective was it and how did it impact you? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at www.superdatascience.com/158
May 18, 2018
SDS 157: The Amazing World of a Data Science Meetup
00:41:42
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with Meetup organizer and enthusiast, Mary Loubele. You will know how to organize your first Meetup group, learn the ways on how to encourage people in Meetups to interact with each other, and discuss the current state of deep learning and NLP. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at https://www.superdatascience.com/157
May 16, 2018
SDS 156: Parkinson's Law to Increase Productivity
00:07:56
In what situations do you think Parkinson's Law has a positive and negative effects to you? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at https://www.superdatascience.com/156
May 11, 2018
SDS 155: How AI and Blockchain Converge
00:49:20
In this episode of the SuperDataScience Podcast, I chat with complexity scientist, Francesco Corea. You will discuss what is a complexity scientist, learn the benefits of the intersection of AI and blockchain, and know the pros and cons of being knowledgeable in different fields like AI and blockchain. If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at https://www.superdatascience.com/155
May 09, 2018
SDS 154: Why Socializing is Crucial
00:07:51