as well as other news, papers, and memes, and tweets in the AI world!
Introducing Human-centered Explainable AI (HCXAI) as an approach that puts the human at the center of technology design for AI
Part II/II: What Open Source Licensing Can Bring to ML Ethics
Announcing the 2021 Gradient Prize, a new weekly newsletter and podcast series, and new ways to support the Gradient!
Part I/II: The Use, Misuse, and Regulation of Machine Learning Systems
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Machine learning for healthcare while still retaining privacy via federated learning.
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