Puzzle #224 from the New Scientist is:
I collect Russian dolls, the type where each doll can be opened to reveal a smaller one inside. I am particularly fond of my simple, single-coloured ones, which come in sets of five (and, unusually, have a hollow smallest doll).

The article by Matsuo et al. (2019) appeared in my newsletter. It is another attempt to sell deep-learning (DL) as a promising alternative to traditional survival analysis. To this end, they compare the performance of their DL model to Cox proportional hazard regression (CPH) when predicting survival for women with newly diagnosed cervical cancer.