Tag Archives: machine learning

Finding Legal Data

Many of us have likely been asked about data science or machine learning in the last few years by someone in our organization. This has become a hot field, with many companies looking to try and find ways to use … Continue reading

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Disclosing the How

Many of us have written a computer program of some sort. Maybe just a script to complete a task, maybe complex software the clients interact with. For all of us, I would guess that we’ve been asked to do something, … Continue reading

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AI Can Improve Healthcare

It’s early days, but I found this article to be very interesting. In this case, an AI model was trained to use some patient feedback on knee pain, as opposed to a previous methodology. The old methodology did work, but … Continue reading

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The Degradation of the Turing Test

The Turing Test from Alan Turing was proposed as a test of an intelligent system. Could a human determine if the other party in a conversation was a machine? This was an interesting way of imagining how powerful a computer … Continue reading

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