Super, here's first use of the #jobs hashtag:
Updated the vis.social “banner” image to be more colorful and interesting. This image appears in “cards” when you link to vis.social from those “other” services. 🙂
@iamelizasj hey, welcome! 😃
I don't think that's how averages work.
@kleinmatic ah, welcome, Scott! (I assume it’s you.) 😃
Provocative visual interpretations of AI algorithms:
(Anyone from Field on here yet?)
Further, as evidenced by the preceding post, I love em dashes. And I loved—*loved*—this essay:
For anyone working in—or concerned about—data science, AI, or machine learning (and *everyone* should be concerned), this essay by Mike L. nicely reframes what algorithmic “fairness” could be.
This concise and incisive piece really captures my current concerns about Twitter.
Friends, eyeo tickets are on sale in 4 minutes! If you have a chance to go, do it. It's super nice. http://eyeofestival.com
Didn't know about this nice hack to get interactive graphics into Medium blog posts: put an iframe into JSfiddle and then embed it https://vis.social/media/SeX378LX9s9jz2kF-7Y https://vis.social/media/PbJSaXk-DoEp1TrEEdM
(used here https://medium.com/google-news-lab/what-is-the-pizza-capital-of-the-us-8611a1ca6e41)
btw, is Matthiew Daniels already in here somewhere?
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