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Top 10 Data Science And Big Data Experts To Follow On Twitter

Top 10 Data Science And Big Data Experts To Follow On Twitter - Infographic - InfoCleanse

Companies require people who have knowledge of many different areas and implement this knowledge into something big – which brings us to the Data Science & Big Data experts who have been sharing knowledge, information, and inspirational quotes for years now. We have carefully picked the Top-10 Data Science & Big Data Experts to follow on Twitter from around the world. They are highly influential, popular and have contributed mainly in the field of data science field.

1. Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro 

“Treat Statistics as a science. Do not do Statistics based on someone’s opinion, or you’ll get Opinions.”

  • Twitter @kdnuggets
  • Data Scientist, KDnuggets President.
  • LinkedIn Top Voice on Data Science & Analytics.
  • 196.7K Followers.

2. Kirk Borne

3. Hilary Mason

“If you’re not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late”

  • Twitter @hmason
  • Co-Founder of @HiddenDoorCo.
  • Chief Scientist at bitly.
  • Author for O’Reilly Media.
  • Co-founder HackNY.
  • Formerly Founder of @FastForwardLabs (acquired by @Cloudera).
  • 127K Followers.

4. Monica Rogati

“When the data outpaces our ability to understand it, we need machine learning.”

  • Twitter @mrogati
  • Data Science & AI advisor.
  • Fractional CDO.
  • Former VP of Data @Jawbone and @LinkedIn data scientist.
  • Equity Partner @DCVC. CMU CS Ph.D.
  • 53.1K Followers.

5. DJ Patil

  • Twitter @dpatil
  • Former U.S. Chief Data Scientist.
  • 82.8K Followers.

6. Bernard Marr

  • Twitter @BernardMarr
  • Founder & CEO of Bernard Marr & Co.
  • Consultant of big data analytics.
  • Contributor to World Economic Forum, Forbes, LinkedIn Pulse, and more.
  • 131.7K Followers.

7. Martin Fowler

  • Twitter @martinfowler
  • Author, and speaker on Software Development.
  • Works for @thoughtworks.
  • 325.5K Followers

8. Andrew Ng

  • Twitter @AndrewYNg
  • Co-Founder of Coursera
  • Stanford CS adjunct faculty
  • The former head of Baidu AI Group/Google Brain
  • 617.1K Followers

9. Jake Porway

  • Twitter @jakeporway
  • Co-founder of @DataKind
  • 14.3K Followers

10. John Foreman

  • Twitter @John4man
  • Chief Product Officer @PodiumHQ
  • Formerly CPO @Mailchimp
  • 12.9K Followers

Conclusion

Twitter is an excellent source of information since it allows you to scan your feed and engage with news that interests you. Even while this eliminates a lot of extraneous noise, you will need to follow the right people if you are looking for fantastic information regularly. Start filtering out the unnecessary noise and let quality information into your life, and see how your life changes, one tweet at a time.

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