Remote vs non-remote workers

SHAZAM!
How The New York Times Uses Software To Recognize Members of Congress
The most interesting part of this project isn’t the models used (Amazon’s Rekognition API), but the practical considerations the team faced when introducing the “Who the Hill” app to the real world: poor lighting for photos in the Capitol halls, bad cell phone reception, and celebrity doppelgängers. - Times Open

I WOKE UP LIKE THIS
Working Remotely and Where the Time Goes
These charts reveal that the advantage remote workers have over non-remote workers isn’t more free time, but more flexibility. - FlowingData

LONG READ
A Developer’s Guide to Building AI Applications
O’Reilly and Microsoft collaborated on a free e-book that walks you through the process of building intelligent cloud-based bots (with relevant code samples available on GitHub). - Microsoft Machine Learning Blog

ALL TOGETHER NOW
The Future of Data Engineering is the Convergence of Disciplines
Jasmine Tsai, Director of Engineering for Clover Heath’s data platform covers how Clover built their ideal data infrastructure, the skillsets in play on the data team, and the future of the data engineering industry itself. - Mode

SEEING ISN’T BELIEVING
Trustworthy Data Analysis
The manner in which you present the results of an analysis is *part of the analysis *and plays a large role in determining whether people trust your work or not. - Simply Statistics

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