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An old but still relevant TED talk by Eli Pariser on how the web is being inconspicuously personalized for individual tastes creating bubbles of like-minded people.
…and its critique:
…and a more recent take on the topic:
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A short summary of important data science concepts we discuss during the course in Aleksi Aaltonen’s blog:
It’s just 2 min read and gives you an overview of many important concepts we will discuss during the semester.
Here are some brilliant examples of correlations that surely do not indicate causation!
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Organizations are drowning in data. A huge amount of data are constantly produced by social media services, customer loyalty programs, smartphones and other gadgets, sensor and transportation networks, credit card transactions, government agencies and many other types of data producers. Successful leaders make increasingly to data-driven decisions, solve problems and communicate by skillfully combining large amounts of heterogenous data. This course teaches you to make sense of the world through data and to do data analysis in practice.
–Aleksi, your instructor