Advice for data scientists: make yourselves redundant

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Advice for data scientists: make yourselves redundant
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Advice for data scientists: make yourselves redundant

Data scientists must learn to share better

Data scientists need to absorb the KISS principle: keep it simple, stupid. That was the advice of panelists at this week's Computing Big Data and IoT Summit 2017. Not that anyone would accuse data scientists...

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