This is a topic that I'm pretty confident hasn't been featured much anywhere in the pop data science literature. Although it is quite well-known in the research sphere, most non-PhDs (and some PhDs too!) may have never heard about it, or why it is useful in day-to-day data science work. So, if you are one of those people who are curious and interested in learning even the less popular topics of our field, feel free to check it out on Safari.
Note that although I made an effort to cover this subject from various angles, this is still an introduction video to its topics. Also, some experience in data science would be immensely useful, otherwise the video may appear a bit abstract. Whatever the case, I hope you find it useful and use it as a jumping board to new aspects of data science that you were not aware of. Cheers!
Zacharias Voulgaris, PhD
Passionate data scientist with a foxy approach to technology, particularly related to A.I.