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Visualizing Decision Trees with Pybaobabdt
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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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A Refresher on Continuous Versus Discrete Input Variables
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How The New York Times Uses Machine Learning To Make Its Paywall Smarter

 Originally published in NYT Open, Aug 10, 2022.   The New York Times launched its paywall in March 2011, beginning its journey as a subscription-first news and lifestyle service. Since its inception, this “metered” access service has been...

Correspondence Analysis: From Raw Data to Visualizing Relationships

 Isn’t it satisfying to find a tool that makes our analytic lives easier? Have you ever wondered whether it’s possible to display the results of an analysis visually so that insight can be gleaned quickly? Have you...

PAW Preview Video: James Taylor, Decision Management Solutions

 In anticipation of his upcoming presentation at Predictive Analytics World Business, Las Vegas, June 19-24, 2022, James Taylor, CEO at Decision Management Solutions, provided a brief video overview of his PAW Business presentation, Get Better Results by...

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...

Sharing Learnings From the First Algorithmic Bias Bounty Challenge

 Originally posted on Twitter Engineering, Sept 21, 2021. In October 2020, people on Twitter raised concerns that the saliency model we used to crop images didn’t serve all people equitably. Shortly thereafter, we published our algorithmic bias assessment which...

IRS Will Require Facial Recognition Scans to Access Your Taxes Online

 Originally published in GIZMODO, Jan 19, 2022. Editor’s note: This article has been updated to clarify that you can still file and pay taxes without logging into an IRS account or providing biometric data. This contradicts information...

The Shift to Generalized AI to Better Identify Violating Content

 Originally published in Meta AI, Nov 9, 2021. Addressing content that violates our Community Standards and Guidelines is one of the top priorities at Meta AI. Over the past five years, AI has become one of the...

Video – Credit Models, Microfinance, and Improving the Lives of Families in the Developing World

 Event: Machine Learning Week 2021 Keynote: Credit Models, Microfinance, and Improving the Lives of Families in the Developing World Speaker:  Aric LaBarr, Associate Professor of Analytics, Institute for Advanced Analytics at NC State University Bio:  A Teaching Associate Professor in the Institute...

A Tiny Tweak to Zomato’s Algorithm Led to Lost Delivery Riders, Stolen Bikes and Missed Wages

 Originally published in Rest of World, Oct 7, 2021 The Indian food delivery giant changed riders’ beats without warning, crashing their earnings and exposing some to crime. On September 30, around 60 delivery riders wearing the red...

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