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When applying data science to real-time applications, don't stop until you reach the top of the DIKW pyramid.
Curt Savoie: Principal data scientist for the City of Boston. Data philosopher. Wikipedia spelunker.
Boston's Curt Savoie tells TechRepublic about using data to get to know Bostonians, and putting that data back in their hands.
Jesus Vigo goes over five more commands that Mac admins should know to manage both users and systems remotely.
If you're considering adding podcasts to your promotional routine, you'll want to treat the product and audience with respect. Veteran podcaster Jack Wallen shares 10 tips for gett...
Spotify's Eliot Van Buskirk tells TechRepublic about using data to tell stories about music and, more importantly, about music fans.
According to Microsoft, the modern workforce relies on collaboration and teamwork to conduct business. Mark Kaelin is skeptical. Are you?
Nancy Hua talked to TechRepublic about her life as a first-generation immigrant, path through the tech industry, and goals for accelerating innovation through mobile.
Alice Brooks is an entrepreneur and engineer who designed Roominate, an engineering toy for girls. She talked to TechRepublic about her career, the STEM toy movement, and how she g...
The Naive Bayes algorithm works well, but it drives some data scientists crazy because it's not perfect. Let this inspire you to set your sights on success rather than perfection.
Jasmine Teer tells TechRepublic about learning how to tell stories for tech companies and finding unexpected intersections between tech and anything from barbecue to fashion.