May 31, 2020
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Noise is the Signal
Professional data scientists are trained to distinguish between noise and signal. Detecting signal in large, diverse and messy data sets can add massive competitive advantage. Yet as successful professional financial traders can tell you, sometimes noise is the signal. There is a huge amount of weak signal within the noise - extremely difficult to detect - that correctly interpreted can add great value. Learning algorithms and high performance compute can help a well trained data scientist acquire high value from weak signals within noise.
With COVID19, correct interpretation of the many weak signals within the noise may be the key to unlocking the mystery.
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