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Eduardo Maria T Morelli commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"I worked as a DBA for 20 years and since 2014 I have been around dealing  with Data Science (creating models and  experiments). Well, for 20 years, whenever  Oracle or SQL Server launched a new version, I heard the same story: The DBA…"
Jul 17, 2018
Eduardo Maria T Morelli commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"I worked as a DBA for 20 years and since 2014 I have been around dealing  with Data Science (creating models and  experiments). Well, for 20 years, whenever  Oracle or SQL Server launched a new version, I heard the same story: The DBA…"
Jul 17, 2018
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Robert de Graaf commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
""I do believe the current job role/function at a typical corporation of "data scientist", whose expertise is solely how to work with and model data, will become obsolete." I suppose on that point of I have a different…"
Jul 14, 2018
Matt Tucker commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"Appreciate all the thoughts, very interesting! I agree that the actual field of data science will continue to evolve and provide value beyond what we can currently imagine, and those who go beyond pre-built frameworks will be leading the…"
Jul 14, 2018
Robert de Graaf commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"I'm sceptical, partly, because I've been hearing this for a while - more than a few years - without seeing any trend in that direction. Less trivially, my observation is that most data scientists have skills gaps due to the need to develop…"
Jul 14, 2018
JC Rio commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"There is not a month when I interview someone boasting to be a data scientist only because he knows how to make an OLS regression (but don’t even know the assumptions). Not a month when I see a company that says performing deep learning when…"
Jul 13, 2018
Tom Osborn commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"If the old dogs aren't achieving, but a young pup does using simple regressions, there are problems with the old dogs: Not being curious; not being scientific; addicted specific tools so they don't explore; ignoring basic principles like…"
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Harshendu Desai commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"Just  remove the Scientist  after the Data for a moment. Data is a art of science.. We need art to recognize the data which means to  understand the subject  domain  of a data.  The science gives just  methods and…"
Jul 13, 2018
Ashok Chilakapati commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"Excellent comment by Mike Richmond. Frameworks and tutorials to build the latest and greatest analysis are coming out of the woodwork. Because there is $$ to be made on this wave. Just because you can use a framework or write some Python code, does…"
Jul 13, 2018
Alex Constantin commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"Hi Matt, The context is not totally clear: if Data Scientists die, all of them do, including ‘Beginner ones’ & the ones managed by the “Data Science managers” you refer to. If you instead refer only to the titles of core…"
Jul 13, 2018
Ziyad Nazem commented on Matt Tucker's blog post The Death of the Data Scientist
"I just addressed this in a blog post -- my TL;DR of that post is that we have been calling data science things such as the sexiest job yet we have data scientists that lack domain knowledge and are disillusioned with the profession. The…"
Jul 13, 2018

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Computer vision and NLP consultant for TextVox helping to jump-start teams of data scientists with our two day training program.

I have consulted at Fortune 500 companies and startups across industries including pharma, utilities, finance, media, and retail bringing image analytics and NLP solutions to predictive maintenance, security video facial detection, satellite image object recognition, news sentiment analysis, virtual assistants, and more.

I am passionate about helping expand the horizons of what beginner data scientist teams think they are capable of, and giving them the practical knowledge and confidence to make powerful impacts in their companies with advanced AI.
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http://textvox.ai/
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Data Science, Machine Learning, AI, Deep Learning
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TextVox
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Computer Vision Trainer
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http://www.kaggle.com/
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The Death of the Data Scientist

Posted on July 12, 2018 at 2:30am 15 Comments

In 2018 Fast Company declared the Data Scientist the best job for the third year in a row, which I wholeheartedly agree with (besides the Director of Fun at the York National Railway…

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