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May 12, 2022, 7:22 p.m. | /u/darkly-dreamer

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I was told by a data scientist recently that in school, problems to solve are given to you, but in practice, **you** are expected to take data and determine a problem to “solve” or make predictions about. What do you think, do you agree? To me, I would want to have an idea of what problem the business needs to solve, at least first starting out at a company.

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