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Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored the importance of storytelling with data. This week, we discuss data visualization with Nathan Mannheimer, Director of Data Science and Machine Learning at Tableau. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading: Humanizing AI: A Case For Cognitive Design Thinking And Custom AIHuman-Looking Data Visualizations Don’t Boost Empathy — YetBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored data strategy and how humanization can level it up. This week, we discuss  the ethical implications of humanizing your data with very special guest and past host Triveni Gandhi. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we’ve been reading:To Be Seen We Must Be Measured: Data Visualization and InequalityPerspectives on Data EthicsBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode,  we explored data visualization with Nathan Mannheimer from Tableau. This week, we discuss the ins and outs of data strategy from the individual level all the way up to the enterprise and how humanization can level up your strategy. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we’ve been reading:Avoid Getting “Facebooked” — Adopt a Conscious Data StrategyAI: From Moonshot to RealityBuilding an Inclusive AI Strategy for Data DemocratizationMaking Open Source a Sustainable Part of AI StrategyBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored the importance of human in the loop within the ML pipeline with Christina Hsiao, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Dataiku. This week, we discuss storytelling with data. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading and watching: Using Visualization to share the human impact of NumbersThe Power in Effective Data StorytellingMaking Data Mean More Through StorytellingBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we discussed what happens when humanization fails and consequences that can occur with Jeremie Harris Towards Data Science. This week, we are joined by Christina Hsiao, Senior Product Manager at Dataiku to discuss the importance of having a human in the loop within the ML pipeline. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading: What's MLOps? Managing complex ML systems at ScaleMLOps as a Critical, Emerging RoleBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we discussed differing methodologies and functionalities within the data science field with Emma Irwin, Solutions Engineer at Dataiku. This week, we are joined by Jeremie Harris of Towards Data Science to discuss what happens when humanization fails and consequences that can occur. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading and watching: Becoming an Intelligent Organization in the Age of AI: Firsthand Strategies From the CDO of Morgan StanleyArtificial Intelligence and Ethics: Sixteen Challenges and OpportunitiesBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we discussed how data scientists & citizen data scientists collaborate to deliver value to the non technical audience. This week, we are joined by Emma Irwin to discuss differing methodologies and functionalities within the data science field and her role as a Solutions Engineer at Dataiku. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading: Building and Leading Your Organization's Data CapabilityBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we discussed why technology’s long-term goal shouldn’t solely be efficiency, but actually emotional intimacy. This week, we were joined by Matt Dorros to discuss the rise of the citizen data scientist and his role as a data analyst manager and data citizen at Wayfair. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading and watching: The Rise of the Citizen Data ScientistCitizen Data Scientists: Where Do They Belong?Why the Concept of “Citizen Data Scientist” Terrifies MeBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we discussed how data insights can be humanized in an easily digestible manner. This week, we’ll guide you through why technology’s long-term goal shouldn’t solely be efficiency, but actually emotional intimacy. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts and stay up to date on the big conversation in data and AI. Check out what we've been reading and watching: Weeks Of My Life PosterDon't Just Digitize, Humanize Humanize Data with Creative IntelligenceBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
We're kicking off Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast today. This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. We’ll guide you through issues such as why trends and technologies matter beyond your centralized data team and beyond the tech industry and what it truly takes to humanize technology. Subscribe to the Banana Data Podcast on Apple or Spotify to receive alerts & easy access to the latest data science content!Check out what we've been reading and watching: The Case for Humanizing DataTED Talk: Lack of Data Is an Issue of Global InjusticeBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
2021 Trends in AI

2021 Trends in AI

2020-12-1819:03

In our final episode of season 4, Chris and Triveni discuss looming trends in data science and AI that will lead us into 2021. We'll touch on latency, normalized AI, citizen data scientists, and actualized responsible AI.Check out what we've been reading: Data Privacy & SecurityNLP & Conversational Analytics Gartner’s Top Technology Trends That Will Define 2021Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Today we’re sitting down with a roundtable of data science and machine learning experts from Spotify, PwC, and Google Cloud. What does it truly mean to be steeped in the data science industry and what considerations should be addressed as a practitioner?Roundtable Interviewees: Sanjay Agravat, Machine Learning Specialist at GoogleAlex Simonoff, Senior Data Scientist at SpotifyAbdallah MJ Musmar, Data Science Lead at PwC Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
On today’s episode, we are speaking to Oscar Wahltinez, Engineer at Google and Board Member at FinMango, about his work on the Covid Monitor Project and the value of data transparency and access for all. Here you can find links to Oscar's ongoing work: The COVID MonitorFinMango.orgFlorida COVID ActionBe sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
Our Social Network

Our Social Network

2020-10-3018:57

We're turning our attention towards the new Netflix documentary on the harms and potential of social networking: 'The Social Dilemma.' In this episode, Chris and Triveni comment upon the film's perspective on  data commodification, accountability, and how the we can all be more responsible and effective creators. Take a look at what we're reading: You watched ‘The Social Dilemma.’ Read these 11 books next, by Ashley Boyd and Audrey Hingle (Fast Company) Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
The Data Debate Stage

The Data Debate Stage

2020-10-1622:07

The field of data science is wrought with many unsolved debates. Is data science nothing more than fancy statistics? What performs better: R or Python? Most crucially, do you need to be a great coder to be a great data scientist? In this episode, Chris and Triveni take these burning questions to the debate stage.Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
In this episode, Chris and Triveni take a deeper look at CAPTCHA, a completely automated system that has become a nearly inevitable part of a user's online experience. How did complete automation of this system give rise to complications and exclusion of a smaller subset of the online community? How do you distinguish between pure artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence that's being powered by a human? Finally, what ethical concerns should we be taking into consideration? Learn more about the articles referenced in this episode:CAPTCHA: Hard for Humans, Easy for Bots by Liel Strauch and Hadas Weinrib (Perimeterx)AI is making CAPTCHA increasingly cruel for disabled users by Robin.Christopherson (Ability Net) Why CAPTCHAS Have Gotten So Difficult by Josh Dzieza (The Verge)Amy J. Ko (Bio)Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
In this episode, our hosts Chris and Triveni walk us through commonly overlooked implications of what it means to dole out personal data. What are the downstream effects of sharing your data? What are you benefitting and losing from opting out of data collection?Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!=
Exciting Global AI

Exciting Global AI

2020-09-0421:08

In this episode, we take a look at a number of international Artificial Intelligence initiatives and evaluate what countries with burgeoning data science ecosystems can take away. How are lesser known Artificial Intelligence powerhouses like Sweden, Vietnam, and Kenya are supporting innovation both intra and internationally? Learn more about the articles referenced in this episode: AI KenyaPhase 1 of Konza Technopolis Data Center CompleteVietnam’s Artificial Intelligence Scenario is EvolvingHow different countries view artificial intelligence
We're talking about one of the most frequently asked questions by people looking to jump start their Data Science career: do you need to have every mathematical formula memorized? What are the true prerequisites you need to be prepared in this field? Tune in and we’ll get you up to speed.Learn more about the articles referenced in this Byte: How Much Math Do You Need to Know to Get Started with Data Science? Ritobrata Ghosh (Towards Data Science)How Much Math Do I need in Data Science? by Benjamin Obi Tayo, Ph.D. (Medium)Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!This is one of our Banana Byte series-  which are short, bi-weekly segments we run live on LinkedIn and Twitter, where we discuss the latest headlines and topics in the data science space. Be sure to tune in for our next live session, or check this one out on Linkedin, and stay-up-to-data with the Banana Data Podcast!
This episode, Chris and Triveni take a look at the most common mistakes in AI, and the misconceptions that plague most data scientists as a result. We'll explore how perceptions of data quality, data quantity, and accuracy can impact data science in practice, and what steps you can take to avoid these pitfalls.Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get this podcast & a host of new and exciting data-happenings in your inbox!
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