Stephen Baker’s The Numerati. It is a serviceable introduction to the arenas where statistical analyses of large data sets are gaining prominence. Despite the title, the book does not really present leading scientists and statisticians who are at the forefront of. About Stephen Baker: Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. In 2008, he wrote The Numerati, a book about the Big Data economy. Until 2009 he worked for covered technology for BusinessWeek Final.
Book Excerpt: The Numerati by Stephen Baker By building mathematical models of its own employees, IBM aims to improve productivity and automate management by Stephen Baker BusinessWeek 's 2006 Cover Story, 'Math Will Rock Your Worldnumbers. The Numerati Stephen Baker 6-10-2016 2/2 The Numerati Stephen Baker Other Files Available to Download Journalist Stephen Baker explores these questions and provides us with a fascinating guide to the world we're entering. Enter the top-notch mathematicians Baker dubs the Numerati. Baker gamely visits eerily high-tech companies and speaks with algorithm.
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Review: The Numerati: How They'll Get My Number and Yours by Stephen BakerThe book is breezy and colourful, if vague on technicalities, writes Steven Poole Close Skip to main content sign in Saved for later Comment activity Edit profile Email preferences.