The Data Science Research Bazaar is still open for registration—until January 2! It’s free for UW-Madison students, faculty, and staff. We have also extended the deadline for submissions to the art exhibit until December 20, and encourage members of the campus and the community to submit artwork!
The Research Bazaar is also sponsoring two Pre-Bazaar workshops where researchers can choose between Software Carpentry or Reproducible Research on Day 1 and R and Python workshops on Day 2.
A recent study out of Vanderbilt University suggests that peer reviewed articles with pre-prints may be associated with higher attention and citation scores. A different study out of the Alan Turing Institute indicates that the same may be true for research papers that make their data openly available.
The Banana Data Podcast, a data science focused podcast, is a fun and entertaining way to stay up to date on the latest trends, tools, and issues in the field.
WIRED explores machine learning and the potential – and limitations – of art created by AI.
The November 2019 issue of Spheres Journal for Digital Cultures is dedicated to artificial intelligence including articles on topics ranging from decolonizing data science to machine translation.
In October, the UW System Board of Regents approved a Data Science undergraduate major allowing students at UW Madison to gain expertise in a cutting edge field.
UW Madison DoIT put together this 3-2-1 guide for data backup strategies to help you ensure you never lose your data.