Aug. 19, 2023, 9:30 a.m. | /u/OverratedDataScience

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So my org has hired a couple of data scientists recently. We've been inviting them regularly to our project meetings. It has been only a couple of weeks into the meetings and they have already started proposing ideas to the management about how the team should be using ML, DL and even LLMs.

The management, clearly influenced by these fancy terms and fad, is now looking down upon my team for not having thought about this before, and wants us …

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