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Machine learning and big data are certainly hot topics that emerged within the tech community in 2014. But what are the real-world implications for how we interpret what happens inside the data centers that churn through mountains of seemingly endless data?
For Microsoft machine learning researcher Hanna Wallach (@hannawallach), opportunity lies outside the box. As an invited speaker at the NIPS 2014 workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning, Wallach spoke about how her shift in research to the emerging field of computational social science led her to new insights about how machine learning methods can be applied to analyze real-world data about society.
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