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AI and ML in Health Care: A Brief Review
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Visualizing Decision Trees with Pybaobabdt
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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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CNET Found Errors in More Than Half Of Its AI-Written Stories

 Originally published in The Verge, Jan 25, 2023.  The tech news site came under scrutiny this month after it was reported the outlet was using AI to write articles. Last week, executives said the use of the AI tool would be paused ‘for now.’ CNET issued corrections on 41 of the 77 stories the outlet published

Musk Oversaw Video That Exaggerated Tesla’s Self-Driving Capabilities

 Originally published in Bloomberg.com, Jan 19, 2023. Emails shed new light on CEO’s involvement in 2016 demo.  Carmaker faces probes, claims on how it’s marketed its tech. Elon Musk oversaw the creation of a 2016 video that exaggerated the...

OpenAI’s Attempts to Watermark AI Text Hit Limits

 Originally published in TechCrunch, Dec 22, 2022. It’s proving tough to rein in systems like ChatGPT. Did a human write that, or ChatGPT? It can be hard to tell — perhaps too hard, its creator OpenAI thinks, which is...

As NYC Public Schools Block ChatGPT, OpenAI Says It’s Working on ‘Mitigations’ to Help Spot ChatGPT-Generated Text

 Originally published in TechCrunch, Jan 5, 2023. New York City public schools have restricted access to ChatGPT, the AI system that can generate text on a range of subjects and in various styles, on school networks and devices....

Why eBay’s AI Chief is Setting Guardrails For Use of Low-Code AI

 Originally published in Protocol, Jan 13, 2022. Companies shouldn’t treat AI tools like regular software, according to eBay’s chief AI officer, Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov. They require special monitoring and permissions. Ebay’s Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov has big plans for helping...

The Viral AI avatar App Lensa Undressed Me—Without My Consent

 Originally published in MIT Technology Review, Dec 12, 2022.   My avatars were cartoonishly pornified, while my male colleagues got to be astronauts, explorers, and inventors. When I tried the new viral AI avatar app Lensa, I was...

How Pinterest Leverages Realtime User Actions in Recommendation to Boost Homefeed Engagement Volume

 Originally published in Pinterest Engineering Blog, Nov 4, 2022.  In this blog post, we will demonstrate how we improved Pinterest Homefeed engagement volume from a machine learning model design perspective — by leveraging realtime user action features...

Building Airbnb Categories with ML and Human-in-the-Loop

 Originally published in The Airbnb Tech Blog, Nov 21, 2022.    25 Years of Online Travel Search Online travel search hasn’t changed much in the last 25 years. The traveler enters her destination, dates, and the number...

For Your Eyes Only: Improving Netflix Video Quality With Neural Networks

 Originally published in Netflix Technology Blog, Nov 14, 2022.  When you are binge-watching the latest season of Stranger Things or Ozark, we strive to deliver the best possible video quality to your eyes. To do so, we...

Massive Traffic Experiment Pits Machine Learning Against ‘Phantom’ Jams

 Originally published in Berkeley News, Nov 22, 2022. Many traffic jams are caused by human behavior: a slight tap on the brakes can ripple through a line of cars, triggering a slowdown — or complete gridlock —...

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