Machine learning podcast

Posted to Statistics  |  Tags: , ,  |  Nathan Yau

I’m glad podcasts are a thing right now. Talking Machines is a new podcast on machine learning, statistics, and data, hosted by journalist Katherine Gorman and computer science professor Ryan Adams. One “Hello, world” episode in, it seems promising. Sometimes these technical podcasts get lost in jargon, which gets old fast, but I think they’re working towards a good balance.

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