In this 14th episode, we discuss how to pick a journal for publication and review a paper on federated machine learning. We also talk about strategies for dealing with a senior scientist who doesn’t have your best interests in mind. We include in this episode our open data and open software segments and also present news, conference updates, and other items of interest.
Jason Moore talking about automated machine learning on The Biotech Podcast
New York Times piece on Arianna Rosenbluth who developed the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm.
PLOS Computational Biology paper on tips for getting started with twitter
JAMIA paper on gender representation in informatics leadership and awards
Reuters piece on Temnit Gebru and recent departures from Google
Nature piece on the command line
Biography of Mark Dean from IBM for Black History Month
Science piece on fear of getting scooped leading to shoddy methods. Here is the Nature Human Behavior paper the piece is based on.
New Yorker piece on Black Lives Matter hashtag and how it came to academia
Genome Biology paper call for computational validation of experimental results
Paper in Cell on racial disparities in NIH funding
Wall Street Journal piece on IBM wanting to sell Watson
Journal club paper in JMIR on federated machine learning
Nature paper on open SARS-CoV-2 sequence data
AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference