Data science is one of the fastest growing industries and has been called the ‘Sexiest job of the 21st Century’. But what exactly is data science? In this podcast, brought to you by DataCamp, Hugo Bowne-Anderson approaches the question by exploring what problems data science can solve rather than defining what data science is. From automated medical diagnosis and self-driving cars to recommendation systems and climate change, come on a journey with experts from industry and academia to explore the industry that will change the course of the 21st century.
#60 Data Privacy in the Age of COVID-19
Before the COVID-19 crisis, we were already acutely aware of the need for a broader conversation around data privacy: look no further than the Snowden revelations, Cambridge Analytica, the New York Times Privacy Project, the General Data Protection...
#59 Data Science R&D at TD Ameritrade
Sean Law talks about data science research and development at TD Ameritrade.
#58 Critical Thinking in Data Science
Debbie Berebichez speaks with Hugo about the importance of critical thinking in data science.
#57 The Credibility Crisis in Data Science
Skipper Seabold, a Director of Data Science at Civis Analytics, discusses the current and looming credibility crisis in data science.
#56 Data Science at AT&T Labs Research
Noemi Derzsy, a Senior Inventive Scientist at AT&T Labs Research, discusses her work there and much more!
#55 Getting Your First Data Science Job
Chris Albon, Data Scientist at Devoted Health, talks about how to get your first data science job.
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I’ve learnt a lot listening to DataFramed. I’m a junior data scientist myself. This podcast has given me a lot of context and made me feel less like an imposter amongst all these learned PhD’s at work.
I’m a paid subscriber to DataCamp too and have done a few courses off the back of tips mentioned in podcasts.
Good, but jumping conversations doesn’t add much value
Audio sometimes a bit crusty, some guests audio sound better than the host sometimes. 🤔
The multiple conversations that jump between them with segments doesn’t feel very logical. The interruptions are jarring instead of complementary to the topic being covered...
You go Hugo!!!
Yeah Hugo speaks amazingly well to all his guests. A very well informed man, knows a lot. If your studying at DataCamp this is a must podcast to listen to.