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Explainable Machine Learning, Model Transparency, and the Right to Explanation
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How Machine Learning Works for Social Good
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Video: A Fresh Look at the Effects of Promotion on Baseball Attendance

 

This speaker session is from Predictive Analytics World for Business, October, 5–9, 2014 in Boston, MA:

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 Tyler Deutsch is a Senior Consultant with Sagence and has over five years of consulting experience helping Fortune 500 clients in the financial services, retail, and healthcare industries in the application of analytics to discover new insights, shorten time-to-value, and drive competitive advantage. Tyler holds a Bachelor of Science studying Operations Management and Management Information Systems from the University of Dayton, and is completing a Master of Science degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University. He is based in Chicago, IL and is a member of the Chicago Chapter of the American Statistical Association.

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 Sri (Viswanath Srikanth) is a Senior Software Engineer at IBM and a graduate student of Predictive Analytics at Northwestern University. He is a member of the IBM Big Data and Analytics Open Technology strategy team, and also chair of the W3C Customer Experience Data Layer community group, standardizing user behavior data collection by the industry. He is based out of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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