• A company called Kaggle runs competitions to build the best predictive model for everything from the properties of a molecule to the price of bulldozers. Surprisingly, the typical Kaggle winner is self-taught, not American, and builds the winning algorithm on a laptop—not a university supercomputer. Kaggle’s Chief Scientist Jeremy Howard gives us his hypothesis on why the best data scientists today are coming out of living rooms, not labs.

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