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Specializing in the scientific study of frightening leisure activities,Mathias Clasen,director ofthe Recreational Fear Lab at Aarhus University,dials in from Denmark to share howfear can be quantified and datausedcreatively to understand our ability to adapt to real-world danger.
This episode originally premiered on Data Science Mixer on October 5, 2021. The Data Science Mixer podcast lives on its own feed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or right here on theAlteryx Community, so in order to hear more insightful episodes like this one, search specifically for "Data Science Mixer" and subscribe.
There are definitely unique fears that only your fellow data people will understand. What's the most frightening thing you've had happen with a dataset or a project? Did the resulting fear turn out to provide, as Mathias says, "an adaptive learning moment" for you?
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This episode of Data Science Mixer was produced by Susan Currie Sivek (@SusanCS) and Maddie Johannsen (@MaddieJ). Special thanks to Ian Stonehouse for the theme music track, and @TaraM for our album artwork.