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Episode 19 - Information Theory with @kronosapiens, Horse Racing, and Fractional Bits

Episode 19 - Information Theory with @kronosapiens, Horse Racing, and Fractional Bits

 
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Daniel Kronovet and Max discuss the world of information theory. We go into how it was invented by Claude Shannon at Bell Labs, the meaning of information and entropy, and the difference between measurement and processing. Catch references to a Jim Carrey movie and the Belmont stakes!

Books Mentioned
Elements of Information Theory
The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation

Word Frequency: https://www.wordfrequency.info/free.asp?s=y
Yes Man Movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1068680/

More on Daniel Kronovet

Daniel Kronovet is a data scientist with a focus in machine learning and a special interest in voting and governance. He is currently working as a blockchain engineer at Colony, an Ethereum startup, and before that was a machine learning engineer at Foursquare. He has an MA in math and computer science from Columbia, and a BA in political economy and cognitive science from UC Berkeley.

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AI For Growth: Improving Marketing Attribution

AI For Growth: Improving Marketing Attribution

Episode 18 - AI Gone Psychopathic,  Embellishment vs Fact

Episode 18 - AI Gone Psychopathic, Embellishment vs Fact