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A physicist's spin on data science

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Abstract Data science is booming. Some of its success comes from using the rigorous intellectual framework of the natural sciences and in particular physics. In this talk I will discuss what data science can learn from physics and what physics can learn from data science. I will also share my personal journey from theoretical physics to data science and science communication.

Bio Berebichez is the Chief Data Scientist at Metis, a leading data science training provider. She is a Mexican physicist, data scientist, TV host (co-host from 2012 of Discovery Channel’s Outrageous Acts of Science TV show, where she uses her knowledge of physics to explain the science behind extraordinary engineering feats), educator and entrepreneur who dedicates her career to promoting education in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) fields. She was the first Mexican woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Physical Society series.

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