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Editor’s note: you can subscribe to the O’Reilly Data Show Podcast through SoundCloud. Many data scientists are comfortable working with structured operational data and unstructured text. Newer techniques like deep learning have opened up data types...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Ben Lorica | Thursday, November 20, 2014
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Tim O’Reilly has said that Uber is an example of designing for how the world ought to be. Their app works well, their cars are clean, their drivers are pleasant, and they usually arrive quickly. But more goes into the …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Mike Loukides | Thursday, November 20, 2014
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It’s no secret that design is playing a more prominent role within many organizations. Designers are becoming fundamentally linked to the development and success of products and services versus their more historical role polishing the appearance of...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nick Lombardi | Friday, November 21, 2014
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Wearable Power Assist Device Goes on Sale in Japan (WSJ, Paywall) — The Muscle Suit, which weighs 5.5 kilograms (12 pounds), can be worn knapsack-style and uses a mouthpiece as its control. Unlike other similar suits that rely on motors, …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nat Torkington | Friday, November 21, 2014
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Experts from across the big data world are coming together this week for Strata + Hadoop World in Barcelona 2014. We’ve gathered insights from the event below. #IoTH: The Internet of Things and Humans “If we could start over with …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Mac Slocum | Thursday, November 20, 2014
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The Infinite Hows (John Allspaw) — when finding ways to improve systems to prevent errors, the process of diagnosis should be focused on the systems and less on the people. (aka “human error” is the result of a preceding systems …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nat Torkington | Thursday, November 20, 2014
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This past February, Tim O’Reilly brought me into an email thread with the White House with a straightforward but urgent request — could Safari provide the delivery mechanism to make all of O’Reilly Media’s titles available to every K–12 student...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Andrew Savikas | Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Editor’s note: this is an excerpt from our forthcoming book Designing with Data; it is part of a free curated collection of chapters from the O’Reilly Design library — download a free copy of the Experience Design ebook here. The …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Mary Treseler | Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Distributed Developer Stack Field Guide (O’Reilly) — making sense of what software development and deployment now looks like. (via O’Reilly Radar) Data Capture for the Real World (Cameron Neylon) — there’s a huge opportunity for science IT:...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nat Torkington | Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Editor’s Note: At the Velocity Conference in Barcelona we launched “A Field Guide to the Distributed Development Stack.” Early response has been encouraging, with reactions ranging from “If I only had this two years ago” to “I want to give...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Andrew Odewahn | Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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