Lyft’s self-driving dataset

EYE SPY
How We See Our Data: Vision Science and Visualization
How our brains interpret data is still poorly understood. Theories from vision science give us a way to interrogate existing design guidelines, and prove or disprove them. - Multiple Views

GO FOR A SPIN
Level 5 Dataset
Lyft open-sourced their autonomous driving dataset from their Level 5 self-driving fleet, including raw sensor camera and LiDAR inputs. - Lyft

IN AND OUT
The Shifting Patterns of Movement: Migration Waves
For 50 years, 3% of the world’s population has been migrants, but the patterns of emigration and immigration vary widely from country to country. - National Geographic

GET TOGETHER
How R-Ladies made data science inclusive
Just 14% of R users are women, but that’s actually unusually high for a programming language. And we have R-Ladies to thank! - Quartz

CAN’T GO PRIVATE
Estimating the success of re-identifications in incomplete datasets using generative models
“Using our model, we find that 99.98% of Americans would be correctly re-identified in any dataset using 15 demographic attributes. Our results suggest that even heavily sampled anonymized datasets are unlikely to satisfy the modern standards for anonymization set forth by GDPR and seriously challenge the technical and legal adequacy of the de-identification release-and-forget model.” - Nature

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