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Juan Sequeda and Tim Gasper: Data products in a knowledge-first world
Episode 4429th September 2022 • Discovering Data • Loris Marini
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The average CDO has 2 years to turn data into business value. Today we talk about data products, implicit and explicit knowledge, and the cultural revolution we need to turn data into knowledge at scale. My guests today are Juan Sequeda and Tim Gasper from data.world co-hosts of the Catalog & Cocktails podcast.

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