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– First piece of data that they dive into, “Wooderson’s Law”, based on a character from “Dazed and Confused.” – The idea of the Pratfall Effect and the role of variance in people dating – Do people on dating sites say they want one thing and do another – Exploring the trends in race and dating that show we are far from being a post-racial society – Shift to some of Christian’s favorite books – Christian explains how he finds new books – Patrick asks Christian to explain his latest project which requires some background some famous math classes that are taught at Harvard, which are often a source of NSA employees.
– What advice would you give to a 20-year-old looking to get into a data driven tech company.
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– How corporations are using data versus how the government is using it and the privacy concerns of both.
– With big data comes bigger, smarter computers, which shifts the conversation to artificial intelligence.