Realizing the potential of data science

@article{Berman2018RealizingTP,
  title={Realizing the potential of data science},
  author={Francine Berman and Rob A. Rutenbar and Brent Hailpern and Henrik Christensen and Susan B. Davidson and Deborah Estrin and Michael J. Franklin and Margaret Martonosi and Padma Raghavan and Victoria Stodden and Alexander S. Szalay},
  journal={Communications of the ACM},
  year={2018},
  volume={61},
  pages={67 - 72}
}
Data science promises new insights, helping transform information into knowledge that can drive science and industry. 

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