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Visualizing Decision Trees with Pybaobabdt
 Originally published in Towards Data Science, Dec 14, 2021....
Correspondence Analysis: From Raw Data to Visualizing Relationships
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Podcast: Four Things the Machine Learning Industry Must Learn from Self-Driving Cars
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A Refresher on Continuous Versus Discrete Input Variables
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Industry News

How AWS Uses Graph Neural Networks to Meet Customer Needs

 Originally published in Amazon Science, March 24, 2022. Information extraction, drug discovery, and software analysis are just a few applications of this versatile tool. Graphs are an information-rich way to represent data. A graph consists of nodes — typically represented by circles — and edges — typically represented as line segments between nodes. In a

As Russia Plots Its Next Move, an AI Listens to the Chatter

 Originally published in Wired, April 4, 2022. With vast amounts of data becoming available to intelligence analysts, new tools will help them sift and interpret it all—but they will introduce new risks, too. A radio transmission between several...

How LinkedIn Personalized Performance for Millions of Members Using Tensorflow.js

 Originally published in the TensorFlow Blog, March 29, 2022. The Performance team at LinkedIn optimizes latency to load web and mobile pages. Faster sites improve customer engagement and eventually revenue to LinkedIn. This concept is well documented by...

Toward a Broad AI

 Originally published in Communications of the ACM, April 2022, Vol. 65 No. 4, Pages 56-57 Despite big successes in artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning, there have been critical assessments made to current deep learning methods.8 Deep learning...

Russia Uses A.I. to Spread Disinformation About Invasion on Ukraine

 Originally published in Marca, Feb 3, 2022. For over a decade, Russia has been at the forefront of disinformation farms that spread all over the world. Their main goal is to destabilize countries and meddle with election processes...

Paradise Lost: Art Created by AI Is Ineligible for Copyright Protection

 Originally published in JDSupra, March 3, 2022. The US Copyright Office Review Board (“Board”) rejected a request to register a computer-generated image of a landscape for copyright protection, explaining that a work must be created by a...

Good News About the Carbon Footprint of Machine Learning Training

 Originally published in Google AI Blog, Feb 15, 2022. Machine learning (ML) has become prominent in information technology, which has led some to raise concerns about the associated rise in the costs of computation, primarily the carbon footprint,...

The Pentagon is Working on an Algorithm to Detect Covid Early

 Originally published in Politico, Feb 23, 2022. Preliminary results from an experiment using fitness trackers show promise. What if a fitness tracker could predict that the wearer was Covid-positive hours or even days before they start noticing...

Meta’s New ‘System Cards’ Make Instagram’s AI Algorithm a Little Less Mysterious

 Originally published in Popular Science, Feb 24, 2022. The company’s latest attempt to make internal operations more transparent follows months of regulatory scrutiny over its algorithms. On Wednesday, Facebook and Instagram’s parent company, Meta, announced during a virtual...

AI in Health and Medicine

 Originally published Nature Medicine, Jan 20, 2022. Abstract Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to broadly reshape medicine, potentially improving the experiences of both clinicians and patients. We discuss key findings from a 2-year weekly effort to track...

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