Four short links: 31 August 2016
Naive Recommendations, Wrapping TensorFlow, Computational Agents, and Ethical Systems
- Patient Confidentiality meets Facebook Recommendations — That’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.
- 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.
- Foundations of Computational Agents — 2010 textbook published by Cambridge University Press but licensed CC-NC-ND and fully available online.
- Ethical Preference-Based Decision Support Systems (PDF) — identifies open research questions in use of ethics and morality in software systems.