Data is a complex topic, not only related to machine learning algorithms, but also and especially to privacy and security of individuals, the same individuals who create such data just by using the many mobile apps and services that characterize their digital life.
In this episode I am together with B.J.n Mendelson, author of “Social Media is Bullshit” from St. Martin’s Press and world-renowned speaker on issues involving the myths and realities involving today’s Internet platforms. B.J. has a new a book about privacy and sent me a free copy of "Privacy, and how to get it back" that I read in just one day. That was enough to realise how much we have in common when it comes to data and data collection.
Episode 53: Estimating uncertainty with neural networks
Episode 52: why do machine learning models fail? [RB]
Episode 51: Decentralized machine learning in the data marketplace (part 2)
Episode 50: Decentralized machine learning in the data marketplace
Episode 49: The promises of Artificial Intelligence
Episode 48: Coffee, Machine Learning and Blockchain
Episode 47: Are you ready for AI winter? [Rebroadcast]
Episode 46: why do machine learning models fail? (Part 2)
Episode 45: why do machine learning models fail?
Episode 44: The predictive power of metadata
Episode 43: Applied Text Analysis with Python (interview with Rebecca Bilbro)
Episode 42: Attacking deep learning models (rebroadcast)
Episode 41: How can deep neural networks reason
Episode 40: Deep learning and image compression
Episode 39: What is L1-norm and L2-norm?
Episode 38: Collective intelligence (Part 2)
Episode 38: Collective intelligence (Part 1)
Episode 37: Predicting the weather with deep learning
Episode 36: The dangers of machine learning and medicine
Episode 35: Attacking deep learning models
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