Philosophy of Data Science | Round Table on Essential Reasoning Skills for Data Science

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Session 2 "Essential Reasoning Skills for Data Scientists" is kicking off with a roundtable discussion with Elina Vessonen (Finnish Institute for Health & Welfare), Joseph Wu (Brown University), and Huub Brouwer (Tilburg University & Utrecht University). One of the major challenges in data science is that we use three different modes of critical reasoning (deduction, induction, and abduction) on a daily (or even hourly) basis. It's important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each mode of reasoning so that we can apply them as appropriate. This round table will begin this conversation on the modes of reasoning and how it applies to & science and data science.

Period22 Oct 2020

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  • TitlePhilosophy of Data Science | Round Table on Essential Reasoning Skills for Data Science
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletPod of Asclepius
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date22/10/20
    DescriptionSession 2 "Essential Reasoning Skills for Data Scientists" is kicking off with a roundtable discussion with Elina Vessonen (Finnish Institute for Health & Welfare), Joseph Wu (Brown University), and Huub Brouwer (Tilburg University & Utrecht University). One of the major challenges in data science is that we use three different modes of critical reasoning (deduction, induction, and abduction) on a daily (or even hourly) basis. It's important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each mode of reasoning so that we can apply them as appropriate. This round table will begin this conversation on the modes of reasoning and how it applies to & science and data science.
    Producer/AuthorGlenn Wright Calopy
    URLhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bOuy6VA8Hg&feature=youtu.be
    PersonsHuub Brouwer