- [Instructor] Hey, how many steps are you at today? … Regardless of what the number actually is, … if you have a device that counts the amount … of times your arms move back and forth … or how much your body is bounced up and down, … I bet that a friend is going to ask you … that particular question. … Because measurement is no longer just, hey, … what temperature does the oven need to be at … for the pizza? … It has moved over into a completely new domain, … that domain is self-monitoring and self-evaluating. … This was fully evidenced with the latest release … of the Apple Watch, that's the Series 4 … at the time of this recording. … An ECG app built directly onto your wrist, … because obviously everybody needs that, … and you're definitely fully qualified to interpret it. … This feature seems superfluous, … in my humble opinion of course, … but people do seem to like it. … Now, I'm not insensitive. … I get that people have conditions … for which this could be helpful, … and it could potentially save lives, …
Skill Level Intermediate
Data Visualization: A Lesson and Listen Serieswith Bill Shander2h 38m Intermediate
Everyday Statistics, with Eddie Davilawith Eddie Davila2h 18m Intermediate
Data in our lives1m 50s
Episode One: Predictions
Episode Two: Discrimination
Episode Three: Ethical Considerations
4. Episode Four: The little chips that control you
Episode Five: The Quantified Self
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