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AI and ML in Health Care: A Brief Review
 Of the many disciplines that are active users of...
Visualizing Decision Trees with Pybaobabdt
 Originally published in Towards Data Science, Dec 14, 2021....
Correspondence Analysis: From Raw Data to Visualizing Relationships
 Isn’t it satisfying to find a tool that makes...
Podcast: Four Things the Machine Learning Industry Must Learn from Self-Driving Cars
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The 5 Classification Evaluation Metrics Every Data Scientist Must Know. And when Exactly to Use Them?

 Originally pubished in Medium, Sept 17, 2019. What do we want to optimize for? Most of the businesses fail to answer this simple question. Every business problem is a little different, and it should be optimized differently. We all have created classification models. A lot of time we try to increase evaluate our models on

Is What You Did Ethical? Helping Students in Computational Disciplines to Think About Ethics

 In addition to this article, Dr. Priestley will also present on this topic at Predictive Analytics World for Business in Las Vegas, May 31-June 4, 2020. For details about her session, “How Leading Enterprises Leverage Universities to...

The New Business of AI (and How It’s Different From Traditional Software)

 Originally published in a16z.com February 16, 2020 At a technical level, artificial intelligence seems to be the future of software. AI is showing remarkable progress on a range of difficult computer science problems, and the job of...

Is Machine Learning Always The Right Choice?

 Since this article will probably come out during Income tax season, let me start with the following example: Suppose we would like to build a program that calculates income tax for people. According to US federal income...

Remember FindFace? The Russian Facial Recognition Company Just Turned On A Massive, Multimillion-Dollar Moscow Surveillance System

  Originally published in Forbes.com, January 29, 2020 Built on several tens of thousands of cameras and what’s claimed to be one of the most advanced facial recognition systems on the planet, Moscow has been quietly switching...

An AI Epidemiologist Sent the First Warnings of the Wuhan Virus

 Originally published in Wired.com, January 25, 2020 The BlueDot algorithm scours news reports and airline ticketing data to predict the spread of diseases like those linked to the flu outbreak in China. On January 9, the World...

How to Hire a Data Scientist

 Now that artificial intelligence and machine learning have become increasingly common tools in a business’ arsenal, it is equally important to have employees who are capable of using – or developing – such tools. Chief among them...

Open-Source Library Provides Explanation for Machine Learning Through Diverse Counterfactuals

 Originally published in Microsoft Research Blog, January 28, 2020 Consider a person who applies for a loan with a financial company, but their application is rejected by a machine learning algorithm used to determine who receives a...

Google Just Published 25 Million Free Datasets

 Originally published in Medium, January 23, 2020 Note: Google’s new dataset search tool was publicly released on January 23rd, 2020. Here’s what you need to know about the largest data repository in the world. Google recently released...

Lime Uses Sensor Data to Keep Scooters Off Sidewalks

 Originally published in VentureBeat, January 28, 2020 While the burgeoning urban micromobility movement offers many advantages over traditional transport, the unbridled proliferation of electric bikes and scooters also comes with major downsides — such as cluttered and...

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