Creative Commons licenses are a new legal tool aimed at bringing copyright law into the digital age. Here, our expert explains how they work and weighs their pros and cons.
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Too often, sloppy research methods return results that are mathematically supported but in no way reflect reality. To fix this problem, incorporate context in the form of prior assumptions.
Data-driven research is crucial to understanding the marketplace, yet the replication crisis suggests much big-data analysis may be worthless. Fortunately, a simple tweak to research methods can undo much of the harm.
To make effective risk assessments, you need to understand the difference between relative and absolute risk.
The proliferation of AI solutions has made big data all the rage, but you can probably find a less expensive way to generate useful, actionable insights.
You can compile all the data-driven analysis you like, but it’s useless unless someone in a position of power actually pays attention to it. Make sure you include the key ingredient to pique interest: context.
Despite astonishing technological breakthroughs, productivity has been relatively stagnant over the past two decades. Sussing out the reason for this stagnation offers a useful blueprint for future corporate investment.
A problem from econometrics illustrates the difference between artificial and human intelligence. Understanding tacit knowledge and the limits of AI is crucial to deploying it effectively and fairly.
Tech companies often prefer job candidates with majors in STEM fields in their hiring practices. The day-to-day reality of the workplace, however, suggests they would be better served to focus on a different set of criteria.