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ACM-IMS Interdisciplinary Summit on the Foundations of Data Science

ACM and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics are bringing together speakers and panelists to address topics such as deep learning, reinforcement learning, fairness, ethics, and the future of data science. Jeannette Wing and David Madigan are the event Co-Chairs.

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Andrew MacGinitie | Tue, 26 Feb 2013 19:05:19 UTC

I don't suppose you might help those of us who don't know Danish, and don't trust Google translate? "Internationalization er et problem vi har mostly styr på" is Greek to me ;-)


Tim Comber | Thu, 16 Feb 2012 23:30:35 UTC

After working for a government department for a while in my youth I developed my own time estimator for how long government projects will take. Take the announced completion date or time, double the time from now till then and then add 1 unit of time, e.g It is now February 2012, if a project is announced that it will be completed end of June 2012 it will actually be completed end of December 2012. Proven a useful estimator over the years.


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