Four short links: 31 August 2016

Naive Recommendations, Wrapping TensorFlow, Computational Agents, and Ethical Systems

By Nat Torkington
August 31, 2016
  1. Patient Confidentiality meets Facebook RecommendationsThat’s my guess as to how this happened. All these patients likely have Lisa [psychiatrist]’s number in their phones, so an algorithm analyzing this network of phone contacts might reasonably assume all these people are connected.
  2. Google Releases TF-Slim Updates — they’re serious about pushing out high-scale machine learning infrastructure. This is built on TensorFlow and is designed to help you focus on the hard stuff (models) and keep everything else in the background.
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  4. Foundations of Computational Agents — 2010 textbook published by Cambridge University Press but licensed CC-NC-ND and fully available online.
  5. Ethical Preference-Based Decision Support Systems (PDF) — identifies open research questions in use of ethics and morality in software systems.
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