The Data Science Renaissance
Rob Thomas

Listen, in 2008 we saw the success of Nate Silver’s algorithm showing that elections were predictable. This was a watershed moment. In the years since, we’ve poured money and research into data science hoping to do better. Yet, in 2016 that same algorithm — with more money and research behind it — was way off and so were its copycats. How was it with more time, money and research our technology has gotten worse? What you call a Renaissance, I call a bubble.

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