Igor Gembitsky

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FlowingData

August 3, 2018<p>Apple’s value passed $1 trillion on Thursday, and as tradition requires, we must consider the scale of such a large number. We must …

Paul McCartney

Revolutions

statistics<p>March 08, 2018<p><i>by Antony Unwin,</i> <i>University of Augsburg, Germany</i><p>There are many different methods for identifying outliers and a lot of them …

Machine Learning, Data Science, Big Data, Analytics, AI

Analyse de pronostics pour le Mondial 2018

(This article was first published on <b> R – NC233</b>, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)TweetOn est les champions ! Si nous n’avons pas eu le temps de …

Arabie Saoudite

Simply Statistics

When learning about data analysis in school, you don’t hear much about the role that resources—time, money, and technology—play in the development of …

Edwin Chen's Blog

Pilot. Ex: math and linguistics at MIT, speech recognition at MSR, quant trading at Clarium, stats at Amazon, ads at Twitter, analytics at Dropbox, …

Machine Learning (Theory)

6/4/2018<p>Tags: AI,Machine Learning — jl@ 2:39 pm<p>Consider the following facts:<p>NIPS submission are up 50% this year to ~4800 papers.<br>• There is significant …

Be a Minimally Invasive Manager

<i>So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work. —Peter Drucker</i><p>One of the hardest things for entrepreneurs to learn is that most of the time, the best thing they can do is get out of the way of the people actually doing the work. That’s the core tenant of what …

Today, Just Be Average

Do you ever “back door brag” about being a perfectionist?<p>Unlike other obsessions and addictions, perfectionism is something a lot of people celebrate, believing it’s an asset. But true perfectionism can actually get in the way of productivity and happiness.<p>I recently interviewed David Burns, author …

Why Conformists Are a Key to Successful Innovation

When my colleagues and I were interviewing a corporate executive about innovation practices, we heard something very interesting that says a lot about the risk of involving too high a proportion of creative people in a radical-innovation group.<p>The company had set up an “innovation forum” where …

If You Want Innovation, You Have to Invest in People

As the convergence of digital technologies drives unprecedented levels of change in global marketplaces, it is very much a reality that a company must, as Bill Gates put it, “innovate or die!” In therace for relevance to future customers, the greater a company’s innovation capacity, the greater its …

Capturing the Innovation Mindset at Bally Technologies

Bally Technologies, a leading provider of gaming systems for casinos, has earned more than 60 awards for innovation in just the last four years. It increased R&D spending from 7-8% of revenue before 2009 to 11-12% of revenue starting in 2010, and maximized the return on that increased investment. …

Make Time for the Work That Matters

More hours in the day. It’s one thing everyone wants, and yet it’s impossible to attain. But what if you could free up significant time—maybe as much as 20% of your workday—to focus on the responsibilities that really matter?<p>We’ve spent the past three years studying how knowledge workers can become …

Innovation Isn’t an Idea Problem

When most organizations try to increase their innovation efforts, they always seem to start from the same assumption: “we need more ideas.” They’ll start talking about the need to “think outside the box” or “blue sky” thinking in order to find a few ideas that can turn into viable new products or …

How Criticism Creates Innovative Teams

It’s tough to find examples of successfully challenging the boss, even tougher to find stories of leaders who specifically ask to be challenged. The most common is a tale of Alfred P. Sloan at General Motors. During a meeting in which GM’s top management team was considering a weighty decision, …

Top 10 Ways to Perfect Your Daily Routine with the Power of Science

Science is awesome. It explains how birds can fly, why the sky is blue, and how gravity works. However, you can also use science to perfect the tiny …

Should I Use Springpad or Evernote?

Dear Lifehacker,<br>I'm looking for an app to help me get organized, and a lot of my friends use Evernote for just about everything. They say it helps …