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The Hole Story and Bias in AI

This article is by Elif Tutuk and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here:

Bias in AI
According to a new research commissioned by Qlik, surveying over 2,000 UK citizens, there is a shift in the ‘AI debate’ away from just fears over job loss, to a fresh debate over the role of humans in AI programming, the potential for bias and where accountability should lie for alleviating that bias.

Worldwide Water Access: Tapping into a Well of Data

This article is by Chandler McCann and originally appeared on the DataRobot Blog here:


Access to water is a fundamental human right, and it is one of UNICEF’s global sustainable development goals (SDG #6). Around the world, nearly one billion people (mostly in Africa and Asia) rely on rural water points, such as hand pumps or taps, for their daily water use.

BUILD2 – Learning to Pilot the SnakePlane

This article is by c2willis and originally appeared on the Alteryx Engine Works Blog here:

Ideas are important
It’s important to be prepared; ask any scout! I am an avid reader of the Community forums, and one particular idea piqued my interest.

Competing and Winning in the Data Economy

This article is by David Couchon and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here:


In February of this year, the World Economic Forum published a research paper titled Digital Platforms and Ecosystems which makes direct reference to how technology platforms enable the data economy.

AI Ethics: Building Trust by Following Ethical Practices (Part 2)

This article is by Colin Priest and originally appeared on the DataRobot Blog here:

In our first blog post on the topic of AI Ethics, we covered the promise that artificial intelligence (AI)holds to improve the speed, accuracy, and operations of businesses across a range of industries.

2019.3: You.Release

This article is by Russell Christopher and originally appeared on the Alteryx Analytics Blog here:


During the Inspire conference in Nashville this past June, we collected an immense amount of feedback from thousands of analysts, data scientists and data driven decision makers about making the analytics experience better in current and future products.


This article is by Patrik Lundblad and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here:


It’s usually called Trellising in most software, but it also has some other names. Therefore, you may be more familiar with it if I would call it small multiples, lattice, grid or panel.