Caroline Creado-Perez [ 24 APR 2020 | Data Literacy | 1:02:29 ] I’ve got Poppy in a bag and I’m just going to give her her own throne. . . if the gender data gap ever becomes too depressing you
Supasorn Suwajanakorn [ 25 JUL 2018 | Data Literacy | 7:15 ] Look at these images and tell me which Obama here is real. . . . to help families refinance their homes, to invest in things like high-tech manufacturing,
One of the most interesting things web 2.0 has given me is a healthy disrespect for all things pretending to be authoritative. And Wikipedia has been one of my most reliable professors. I’m not sure where the Zhang Yimou Exploit
Daniel Levitin [ 27 SEP 2016 | Data Literacy| 1:13:33 ] I started writing the book in 2001, because my job was to teach students at McGill University how to think critically. Both undergraduates and graduate students. We used a
Kathy O’Neil [ 7 JUN 2015 | Data Literacy| 12:15 ] Imagine that you’re seeing Mathematics. I stole this from my husband’s desk yesterday. Mathematicians use notation like that — hope you can see it — because mathematicians are lazy.
Randi Palisok [ 5 DEC 2014 | Data Literacy| 8:54 (19 languages, including French) ] 26% on the nation’s report card, that’s the percentage of U.S. 12th graders who are proficient in Math. In America, we pride ourselves as being
Those of you familiar with Ronson’s work will know parts of this talk like the back of their hand, but this is the tube where he zooms in on a rather extraordinary phenomenon currently finding shelter in the academic community.
Denise Besserat-Schmadt [ 18 JUN 2014 | Data Literacy | 3:26 ] We learn to count at such an early age that we tend to take the notion of abstract numbers for granted. We know the word “two” and the
Todd Rose [ 30 JAN 2012 | Data Literacy] I’m going to try and wander and if I make it back to the podium it’s because I forgot what I was going to say and my notes are there. Um,