Things I read last week… (WB 16 August 2021)
Noted study in psychology fails to replicate and is likely data fraud.
“ML is rife with all forms of statistical malpractice – AND it's being used for high-speed, high-stakes automated classification and decision-making…”
Systematic issues with data quality for ML training.
Hyper-graph theory as a more powerful framework for large scale ML.
A look at Tesla’s Dojo AI chip.
Interview with Jim Anderson, CEO Lattice Semiconductor.
Fructose expands the surface of the gut and promotes nutrient absorption.
Why it’s difficult to build teams in high growth orgs.
Patterns in confusing explanations.
How to teach tech. [YouYube]
How far can you travel by bus from London in 24 hours?