Archive for April 2021

Your data is worth thousands a year. Why aren’t you getting your fair share?
There is a company that has a mission: they want you to take back control and get paid for your data.
In this episode I speak about knowledge graphs, data confidentiality and privacy with Mike Audi, CEO of MyTiki.
 
 
You can reach them on their website https://mytiki.com/
 
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In this episode I have an amazing conversation with Lillian Pierson from data-mania.com
This is an action-packed episode on how data professionals can quickly convert their data expertise into high-growth data businesses, all by selecting optimal business models, revenue models, and pricing structures.

If you want to know more or get in touch with Lillian, follow the links below:
  1. Weekly Free Trainings: We currently publish 1 free training per week on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK4MGP0A6lBjnQWAmcWBcKQ
  2. Becoming World-Class Data Leaders and Data Entrepreneurs Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/data.leaders.and.entrepreneurs
  3. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lillianpierson/
  4. The Data Entrepreneur’s Toolkit: A recommendation set for 32 free (or low-cost) tools & processes that'll actually grow your data business (even if you still haven’t put up that website yet!). https://www.data-mania.com/data-entrepreneur-toolkit/

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Is there a gap between life sciences and data science?
What's the situation when it comes to interdisciplinary research?
In this episode I am with Laura Harris, Director of Training for the Institute of Cyber-Enabled Research (ICER) at Michigan State University (MSU), and we try to answer some of those questions.

 

You can contact Laura at training@msu.edu or on LinkedIn

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In this episode I am with George Hosu from Cerebralab
and we speak about how dangerous it is not to pay for the services you use, and as a consequence how dangerous it is letting an algorithm decide what you like or not.
 

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If building software is your passion, you’ll love ThoughtWorks Technology Podcast. It’s a podcast for techies by techies. Their team of experienced technologists take a deep dive into a tech topic that’s piqued their interest — it could be how machine learning is being used in astrophysics or maybe how to succeed at continuous delivery.

 

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In this episode I speak with Ritchie Vink, the author of Polars, a crate that is the fastest dataframe library at date of speaking :) If you want to participate to an amazing Rust open source project, this is your change to collaborate to the official repository in the references.

 

References

https://github.com/ritchie46/polars

 

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