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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.
Brett Goldstein, the former chief data officer of the City of Chicago, reflects on how the CDO role is evolving, and where it needs to go.
In this interview, the UK's first CDO, Mike Bracken, says he will be looking for ways to set standards and get more useful data flowing across siloed agencies to improve governance...
From implementing real-time big data processes to managing internal social media, 2014 brought many changes and challenges. Drawing on those experiences can help you build your str...
The SketchFactor app identifies neighborhoods' "sketchiness" through publicly available data, as well as user updates that other users can vote on. The crowdsourcing aspect has led...
Glamour is the art of persuasion and making people long for something they don't have, and even Star Trek has glamour, according to Virginia Postrel, during her talk at 2014 IdeaFe...
How recycled solar powered phones could save rainforests and change how the tech industry tackles climate change
Rainforest Connection is trying to stop illegal logging with recycled smartphones and mobilize the masses to make a global impact on deforestation and climate change.
Skillful IT projects managers learn to recognize wasteful user patterns that can quickly derail or undo IT projects. Get tips on managing these difficult users.
Most entrepreneurs are not afraid to fail, but sometimes they aren't prepared for it either. Here's how you can get your affairs in order if your startup bites the dust.
Some HealthCare.gov commentators argue the breakdown stems from not having a single point of project responsibility. Ken Hardin advises on a best-case practice to learn from this e...