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Note that the video and this thread is called “lesson 5” because that’s what this will be in the MOOC, even although it’s week 4 of the course
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Just wanted to ask here because there have been several questions in the official thread with no response:
Where did the official study group Zoom go? The link is no longer functional.
Edit: Also super pumped for the ethics lesson!
Will chapter 4 be covered? I don’t think we finished it last lesson.
Some enterprising person will need to replace it with something else for now - I’ve been flat out on masks!
Very important lesson, everyone in the industry show watch this lecture.
Awesome topic, I am delighted.
How can we break this feedback loop? Can we use a “surprise effect” on the recommendations? How can we implement it?
Human in the loop is critical.
On masks, I wanted to add 1 thing that I just recalled, Even batman told us:
What sort of pre planning or pre deploy steps can a team take when deploying a model to avoid things like a feedback loop?
Quick google search with Nigerian names does not have the same poor results as Sweeney Latanya. Interesting observation.
Can you give me an example name? I wonder if it depends on location.
Are there references re IBM and Nazis and their complicity etc. Didnt see any in the video.
Chika ejebe, Chinedu Ojokwu, Ikenna Uchenna, Ikechukwu chizoba. Location, like you said, could be an issue. Also, these names are for a particular tribe in Nigeria. Other tribes may be different.
He is the one who covered parts that need not be covered and left open parts that were to be covered …
There’s a book about it “IBM and the holocaust”
There is a wikipedia page on this with references: