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Chicago Machine Learning Study Group Message Board › Non-academic books I've loved ...

Non-academic books I've loved ...

Ted S.
Chicago, IL
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Here are a couple books I highly recommend. They are non-technical, but informative and entertaining. I listened to both on audio CD while driving to and from work, and both were available from my local library.


Super Crunchers
by Ian Ayres­

Lots of examples of real life applications of number crunching.


The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable
by Nassim Nicholas Taleb­

The Black Swan is about times when relying on statistics can cause you to draw the wrong conclusions.
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