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Data used to be a relatively simple thing

Data used to be a relatively simple thing. The person writing code also defined a data model, then a program’s execution was deterministic: input goes into the program, processing happens, output comes out. Done and done. That reality crumbled somewhere in the late aughts. Now we have “data-driven” companies everywhere. Code became cheap. Google will give you their ML code; but you won’t get their (curated) data, nor will you get their organizational learnings. — https://blog.dominodatalab.com/themes-conferences-per-pacoid-episode-3/
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