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Seeing The Future From The Past
I just finished reading The Signal and the Noise, a book about predictions by the American statistician and blogger turned big time data journalist Nate Silver. I highly recommend it. The book came out in 2012 and there was some … Continue reading
Posted in Data Science Tagged Bias, Facebook, Nate Silver, Predictive Modeling, Robin Hason, Statistics Comments Off on Seeing The Future From The Past
How to Communicate in a Post-Truth World
Fake news is not new. For years I have rolled my eyes and scrolled by quack health and science stories, links from the satirical Borowitz Report shared credulously, and other incorrect information in my Facebook feed. I have often written … Continue reading
Posted in Math Communication Tagged alternative facts, Election, Facebook, fake news, politics, post-truth 2 Comments