Experiencing Data with Brian T. O'Neill
A technology podcast from Brian T. O'Neill from Designing for Analytics
How do you create innovative machine learning and analytics products? Brian T. O’Neill reveals the strategies and activities that CxOs and innovative leaders in technical product management, data science and analytics are using to deliver indispensable experiences around data. From traditional analytics to machine learning and AI, Brian and his guests explore how extraordinary value can be created when the outputs of data science and analytics are turned into engaging, valuable decision support applications and user experiences centered around the humans in the loop. Experiencing Data also features special guests on design, ethics, explainable AI (XAI), and innovation who relate their expertise to the world of data-driven software. If you’re in charge of creating simple, valuable, human-centered data products that produce business value in the last mile, you’ll enjoy #ExperiencingData.
Transcripts available at: https://designingforanalytics.com/ed
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