A very good article about Turchin and cliodynamics https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/12/can-history-predict-future/616993/
Though it is very clear that the whole "let's #DataScience our way through history (and politics, and sociology, and anthropology, you get the point)" is still in its infancy, it is nonetheless very interesting
Are we scientists yet?
In 30 minutes join us for the second #scicloj gathering where Carin Meier will talk about MxNet and then we will have a discussion about all things #Clojure and #datascience https://zoom.us/meeting/register/8fe1402812d9d8fc34538d7d4481ef37
A shout-out to all people interested in #Clojure and #datascience: we're organizing the community to move Clojure forward in the field and everyone is invited!!!
If out there there is some fellow #Italian interested in #datascience you might want to take a look at our upcoming new event: https://www.datasciencebologna.eu/category/eventi/
Data science process & definition
Boys, do I love Cassie's writing! This is an almost perfect definition about #datascience.
The only thing I would add is a function for deploying and monitoring all data solutions which in my opinion is its own matter.
I build data products, some call me data scientist, some data engineer, some software developer.
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