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Taking hard lefts and the medical ML landscape with Zack Chase Lipton

On Sep 21, 2020
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Fun catching up with @l2k on the @weights_biases podcast "Gradient Dissent". We discuss my weird switch to CS, ML 4 Health, the gap b/w predictions & decisions, counterfacutally augmented data, & Algorithmic Fairness from a Non-Ideal Perspective. https://t.co/yE2bJCVG6i
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Hear how Zack went from being a musician to professor, where medical applications of Machine Learning are developing, and the challenges of counteracting bias in real world applications.

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On Sep 21, 2020
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Fun catching up with @l2k on the @weights_biases podcast "Gradient Dissent". We discuss my weird switch to CS, ML 4 Health, the gap b/w predictions & decisions, counterfacutally augmented data, & Algorithmic Fairness from a Non-Ideal Perspective. https://t.co/yE2bJCVG6i
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Taking hard lefts and the medical ML landscape with Zack Chase Lipton

Taking hard lefts and the medical ML landscape with Zack Chase Lipton

Hear how Zack went from being a musician to professor, where medical applications of Machine Learning are developing, and the challenges of counteracting bias in real world applications.

How to win Kaggle competitions with Anthony Goldbloom

How to win Kaggle competitions with Anthony Goldbloom

and which jobs we should be worried about losing to AI in the next few decades.

Kali Akuno on Imagination and “The Ways We Can and Must Resist”

Kali Akuno on Imagination and “The Ways We Can and Must Resist”

As Executive Director of the non-profit division of Cooperation Jackson, Kali Akuno is working to transform the city into ‘a beacon of radical politics’.

Cambridge Analytica made “ethical mistakes” because it was too focused on regulation, former COO says

Cambridge Analytica made “ethical mistakes” because it was too focused on regulation, former COO says

"It felt like, well, once that was done, then we’ve done what we needed to do, and we forgot to pause and think about, ethically, what was going on."

Game on with Dr. Chris Bishop and Phil Spencer

Game on with Dr. Chris Bishop and Phil Spencer

Dr. Chris Bishop and Phil Spencer are pushing the boundaries of creativity, technical innovation and fun in gaming on the Microsoft Research Podcast. They highlight how Microsoft’s unique ...

Richard Socher: The real danger of AI is human bias, not evil robots

Richard Socher: The real danger of AI is human bias, not evil robots

Richard Socher, Salesforce's chief data scientist, sat down to talk with VentureBeat about AI as it exists today, and how it might evolve tomorrow.

36. Metrics for wellbeing with John C. Havens

36. Metrics for wellbeing with John C. Havens

This month we're talking to John C. Havens about his work on IEEE's ethically aligned design, human rights & access to and data agency, signalling a persons values in respect to their ...

Ben Garfinkel on scrutinising classic AI risk arguments

Ben Garfinkel on scrutinising classic AI risk arguments

Ben Garfinkel, Research Fellow at Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute, thinks classic AI risk arguments haven't been subject to sufficient scrutiny.

#118: Ethics in AI with Finn Lattimore

#118: Ethics in AI with Finn Lattimore

Did you hear the one about how the AI eliminated cancer? It just wiped out the human race! As machine learning and artificial intelligence are woven more and more into the fabric of our ...

Ep. #17, Leveling Up Software Delivery with Pete Hodgson

Ep. #17, Leveling Up Software Delivery with Pete Hodgson

In episode 17 of O11ycast, Charity and Liz are joined by Pete Hodgson, an independent software delivery consultant. They discuss the DORA report, closing the CI/CD gap, and leveling up ...

Eric Schmidt on the Life-Changing Magic of Systematizing, Scaling, and Saying “Thanks” (Ep. 53 — Live)

Eric Schmidt on the Life-Changing Magic of Systematizing, Scaling, and Saying “Thanks” (Ep. 53 — Live)

“There’s no simple formula for success. But it is well understood that if you yell at people enough, they will quit.”

Building the Enchanted Land

Building the Enchanted Land

Grady Booch examines what AI is and what it is not, as well as how it came to be and where it's headed. Along the way, he examines some best practices for engineering AI systems.

Stan Veuger on Helping Businesses Survive in the Post-Coronavirus Economy

Stan Veuger on Helping Businesses Survive in the Post-Coronavirus Economy

American Enterprise Institute's Stan Veuger joined the Macro Musings podcast to discuss his co-authored proposal to save American businesses and American jobs as well as his thoughts on how ...

Ted Nordhaus, founder and executive director of the Breakthrough Institute

Ted Nordhaus, founder and executive director of the Breakthrough Institute

In 2004, Ted Nordhaus and his former colleague Michael Shellenberger made big waves in the environmental movement with the publication of the essay “Death of Environmentalism.” It’s the ...

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep 21: Zen and the Art of Artificial Intelligence

#ItzOnWealthTech Ep 21: Zen and the Art of Artificial Intelligence

Technology Advice for Wealth, Asset & Investment Management Professionals

INTERVIEW - Martin Hutchinson - People need to start to see the beauty in the planet, how amazing it is

INTERVIEW - Martin Hutchinson - People need to start to see the beauty in the planet, how amazing it is

Thousands of visitors come to Dubrovnik every week, but some are more special than the others. The pair that really caught our attention are Martin Hu...