9 years, 4 months ago

Active Info: If only there were an algorithm for that…

Link: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ElementalLinks/~3/52FAE6jFcU4/

This week on Active Information I riffed on a WSJ article that riffed on Daniel Kahneman‘s Thinking, Fast and Slow, which led me into the data scientist shortage and analytics-as-a-service.

Alas, as I didn’t lead with any of those buzzwords in the title, the post is sadly under-read. Anyway, the link and blurb follow. I’m off to hone my buzzword skills.

Rationality, delivered.

Quite possibly, we will find ourselves in a “there’s an algorithm to decide that” world. But, until the talent shortage is stemmed, we’ll need to get our rationality delivered.

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