The 5th annual Black In AI Workshop takes place December 10, 2021Read More Black in AI 2021
Gödel has something to say about A.I.Read More Gödel, Incompletness, and AI
Read on data.blog/2019/01/08/building-thousands-of-reproducible-ml-models-with-pipe-the-automattic-machine-learning-pipeline/ My colleague Demet Dagdelen explains the process of building machine learning models at scale for customer insights at AutomatticRead More Building Thousands of Reproducible ML Models with pipe, the Automattic Machine Learning Pipeline
I know you’ll be back: interpretable new user clustering and churn prediction on a mobile social application http://blog.acolyer.org/2018/10/05/i-know-youll-be-back-interpretable-new-user-clustering-and-churn-prediction-on-a-mobile-social-application/ — Read on blog.acolyer.org/2018/10/05/i-know-youll-be-back-interpretable-new-user-clustering-and-churn-prediction-on-a-mobile-social-application/ Interesting paper on mobile user churn prediction at SnapchatRead More I know you’ll be back: interpretable new user clustering and churn prediction on a mobile social application
A few days ago I attended the talk “Sparsity, oracles and inference in high-dimensional statistics” by Sara van der Geer who is visiting Georgia Tech. The talk is described here. But I didn’t record the talk! I had a working iPhone! I only have an after thought photo of the white board that remained after […]Read More You should record technical talks!
A.I. and Big Data Could Power a New War on Poverty is the title of on op-ed in today’s New York Times by Elisabeth Mason. I fear that AI and Big Data is more likely to fuel a new War on the Poor unless a radical rethinking occurs. In fact this algorithmic War on the Poor […]Read More AI and the War on Poverty
I’m building a list of Artificial Intelligence related activity at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). If you would like to add to it, just send me an email. Why am I doing this? Last month in AI and the Souls of Black Folk, I tried to make a case that people from all walks of […]Read More Artificial Intelligence at Historically Black Colleges (HBCUs)
The impact of AI on communities of color — particularly through job displacement and policing — is now undeniable. Given that HBCUs have historically been on the forefront of technology education for the Black community, I am proposing to build a list of current activities (courses, research, seminars, clubs, etc.) at the HBCUs relevant to […]Read More AI and the Souls of Black Folk