In episode eight of season three we return to the epic (or maybe not so epic) clash between frequentists and bayesians, take a listener question about the ethical questions generators of machine learning should be asking of themselves (not just their tools) and we hear a conversation with Ernest Mwebaze of Makerere University.
If you enjoyed this episode, you may also want to listen to:
- Talking Machines: Data Science Africa, with Dina Machuve
- Talking Machines: The church of Bayes and collecting data, with Katherine Heller
- Talking Machines: Getting a start in ML and applied AI at Facebook, with Joaquin Quiñonero Candela
- Talking Machines: Bias variance dilemma for humans and the arm farm, with Jeff Dean
- Talking Machines: Overfitting and asking ecological questions, with Tom Dietterich
- Talking Machines: Restricted Boltzmann Machines, with Eric Lander
- Talking Machines: Automatic Translation and t-SNE, with Hal Daume
- Talking Machines: Generative art and Hamiltonian Monte Carlo, with Doug Eck
- Talking Machines: Machine learning and the Flint water crisis, with Jake Abernethy
- Talking Machines: Gaussian processes and OpenAI, with IIya Sutskever
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