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Top KDnuggets tweets, Mar 04-10: 10 Free Must-Read Books for Machine Learning and Data Science


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Most popular @KDnuggets tweets for Mar 04-10 were:

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10 Free Must-Read Books for Machine Learning and Data Science - KDnuggets https://t.co/puPogYmpEl https://t.co/V9XiZBKupt

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Top 10 most engaging Tweets
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  3. The three phases of #COVID19 – and how we can make it manageable https://t.co/6MsIqC4dXW https://t.co/gHyBaEyZs8
  4. 50 Must-Read Free Books For Every Data Scientist in 2020 - KDnuggets https://t.co/znDLhag609 https://t.co/KtIY9cHaEq
  5. Binary classification is a core machine learnin technique, but is there a better way to evaluate its performance than ROC-AUC? https://t.co/eId8GPaDko https://t.co/igEMOcaUaL
  6. Resources for #Women in #AI, Data Science, and #MachineLearning #WomensDay https://t.co/cmgkJaHLe2 https://t.co/jLWaoAl0Gw
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  8. Adversarial #Deepfakes: Evaluating Vulnerability of Deepfake Detectors to Adversarial Examples: Model and Code #DeepLearning #AI https://t.co/YUCYegzOdi https://t.co/pylFSE56cB
  9. Why US currently has highest (!!) death rate in the world (7%) from #covid19, vs 3% in the rest of the world?? 9 deaths on 128 cases suggests massive under-reporting and a failure to test those who need to be tested! See JHU dashboard #Coronavirus https://t.co/k1P0eFSkbK https://t.co/2z9e8Qm8lg
  10. mathematician @AdamJKucharski who studies the spread of disease explains the numbers in #coronavirus news. The important thing is to stop spread of the virus to the most vulnerable population - the elderly, where the fatality rate could be 10% https://t.co/NU9KN3rsXH

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