The simplest way to think about binary classification is that it is about sorting things into exactly two buckets. (Note: if you sort into more than two buckets, it’s called multiclass classification). Imagine you are a doctor and have a set of ten patients. You want to decide which of these patients have, say, influenza. […]
Just because you can predict what’s going to happen does not mean you have an explanation for the phenomenon.
We have to understand what the decisions we make are based on, not blindly trust that the computer is right.
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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism reported in January 2020 that less than four in ten people trust most news most of the time. Only 38% of more than 80,000 people surveyed in 40 countries trusted most news, a fall of four percentage points from 2019. False news is an increasing global “infodemic”. […]