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You’ll find content from former US chief data scientist DJ Patil, former vice chair of General Electric Beth Comstock, Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, and Google director of research Peter Norvig. Plus, the online learning combines O’Reilly-crafted content with the best from providers like Harvard Business Review, Pearson, and Packt, so you can get all the knowledge you need to succeed, all in one place.
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