Dataiku has opened an online data science museum
The History of Data Science is a new online experience focused on data science pioneers and current leaders. From pioneers in uncharted territory in the early days of science and mathematics to modern innovators; use historyofdatascience.com You can find all kinds of information about the data science heroes who have shaped the way we live and think today. The initiative was launched by Dataiku who wants to make artificial intelligence a daily phenomenon.
The new online experience is the result of a global collaboration between dozens of data professionals. The site offers articles on innovations in data science and AI, as well as interactive experiments such as “Beat the Linear Algorithm Regression”.
Users can also download a free copy of âData Science Innovators: From Bayes to Bayesian Neural Networksâ. This new graphic novel tells the stories of twelve heroes who changed data science: Thomas Bayes, Pierre-Simon Laplace, Karl Friedrich Gauss, Ada Lovelace, Ronald Fisher, Alan Turing, Claude Shannon, Jeffrey Hinton, Jan Leon, JÃ¼rgen Schmidhuber , Joshua Bengio and Bernhard Schulkopf. .
According to Dataiku co-founder and CEO Florian Duetto, the new experience is accessible to everyone, from AI builders to AI consumers, reflecting the spirit of collaboration among data professionals, which is also followed within from his own company Dataiku: âWe are committed to building and further developing this project, because we believe that everyday AI must be firmly anchored in a shared culture of data science. We believe it brings people together and allows them to build and understand great things and learn from the mistakes of the past. In this way, we will be able to create responsible, inclusive and scalable AI applications â.
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