Tue, Feb 7, 2017 - Read in 2 Min

Interesting reads the week of Feb 6th, 2017

This post originally appeared on Yizhe’s Source of all wonders

This paper focuses on just one particular aspect of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), article 22: Automated individual decision-making, including profiling. It potentially prohibits a wide swath of algorithms currently in use in, e.g., recommendation systems, credit and insurance risk assessments, computational advertising, and social networks - European Union regulations on algorithmic decision-making and a “right to explanation”

An example on how to use tensorflow graph to help build better models.

Really useful word2vec tutorial focusing on skip gram model - Word2Vec Tutorial Part 2 - Negative Sampling

There’s Many Tribes of Artificial Intelligence I’ve definetely see exaples for Kernel Conservatives, Tree Huggers, British AlphaGoist (AI = Deep Learnign + Reinforcement Learning) etc. It’s helpful to see what’s out there. But same logic to Chinese kung fu books that the best is always a combination of some tribes - like deep learning combining with symbolic rule based approach.

Reserve this paper for the one day I’m a really good go programmer - Fencing off Go: Liveness and safety for channel-based programming

Chess is a game with a finite number of states, meaning if you had infinite computing capacity, you could actually solve chess. Here’s some one use Theano to build a deep learning AI for chess - Deep Learning for … Chess

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