Tag Archives: machine learning

Giving Computers Ethics

I was reading a fascinating paper recently about autonomous cars. I’m actually excited about having a car that can drive itself, though I think this is likely quite a few years away, despite the hype. Ever since I readĀ Red Thunder, … Continue reading

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Badly Trained AI

Most of us know that data is being used to make more and more decisions inside of all kinds of organizations from retail giants to banks to sports teams. We are constantly asked, or see reports, of data driven decisions. … Continue reading

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Machine Learning in the Database

When SQL Server added the ability to execute R code, the decision seemed to split the customer base into two groups. One group was impressed and thought the idea of executing R code to analyze data in the database was … Continue reading

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Machine Learning Challenges

If you know someone well, you may think that you can predict what they’ll do in a situation. Those that know me might think that if I go to New York, I’ll make time to run in Central Park. That’s … Continue reading

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