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Exposure to Ideologically Diverse News and Opinion, Future Research

Exposure to Ideologically Diverse News and Opinion, Future Research | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Eytan Bakshy & Solomon Messing Earlier this month, we published an early access version of our paper in ScienceExpress (Bakshy et al. 2015), “Exposure to ideologically diverse news and opinion ...
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Understanding Hinton’s Capsule Networks. Part I: Intuition.

Part I: Intuition (you are reading it now)
Part II: How Capsules Work
Part III: Dynamic Routing Between Capsules
Part IV: CapsNet Architecture Quick announcement about our new publication AI³. We are…
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How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked – according to the person who built it

How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked – according to the person who built it | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
An email from Aleksandr Kogan sheds light on exactly how much your Facebook data reveals about you, and what data scientists can actually do with that information.
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Fill in the blanks: What’s still missing from the study of fake news? (A whole lot.) » Nieman Journalism Lab

Fill in the blanks: What’s still missing from the study of fake news? (A whole lot.) » Nieman Journalism Lab | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
A big new report from the Hewlett Foundation pulls together existing research on social media, political polarization, and disinformation to show where we still need to know more.
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The Building Blocks of Interpretability

The Building Blocks of Interpretability | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Interpretability techniques are normally studied in isolation. We explore the powerful interfaces that arise when you combine them -- and the rich structure of this combinatorial space.
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These psychedelic stickers blow AI minds

These psychedelic stickers blow AI minds | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Machine learning systems are very capable, but they aren't exactly smart. They lack common sense. Taking advantage of that fact, researchers have created a..
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Toward ethical, transparent and fair AI/ML: a critical reading list

In the past 5 years there’s been a lot of enthusiasm about AI and specifically machine learning and deep learning. As we continuously deploy AI models in the wild we are forced to re-examine what are…
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Google fined $21 million in India for 'search bias'

Google fined $21 million in India for 'search bias' | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
The Competition Commission of India (CCI), that country's antitrust watchdog, has imposed a 1.36 billion-rupee ($21.17 million) fine on Google for what the... by Taylor Kerns in Google, News
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Facebook Patents Solution For Placing Users In Social Classes | Androidheadlines.com

Facebook Patents Solution For Placing Users In Social Classes | Androidheadlines.com | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Facebook recently patented a technology for placing its users in social classes based on the information it previously collected about them. The company or
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Instrumentational Complexity of Music Genres and Why Simplicity Sells

Instrumentational Complexity of Music Genres and Why Simplicity Sells | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Listening habits are strongly influenced by two opposing aspects, the desire for variety and the demand for uniformity in music. In this work we quantify these two notions in terms of instrumentation and production technologies that are typically involved in crafting popular music. We assign an ‘instrumentational complexity value’ to each music style. Styles of low instrumentational complexity tend to have generic instrumentations that can also be found in many other styles. Styles of high complexity, on the other hand, are characterized by a large variety of instruments that can only be found in a small number of other styles. To model these results we propose a simple stochastic model that explicitly takes the capabilities of artists into account. We find empirical evidence that individual styles show dramatic changes in their instrumentational complexity over the last fifty years. ‘New wave’ or ‘disco’ quickly climbed towards higher complexity in the 70s and fell back to low complexity levels shortly afterwards, whereas styles like ‘folk rock’ remained at constant high instrumentational complexity levels. We show that changes in the instrumentational complexity of a style are related to its number of sales and to the number of artists contributing to that style. As a style attracts a growing number of artists, its instrumentational variety usually increases. At the same time the instrumentational uniformity of a style decreases, i.e. a unique stylistic and increasingly complex expression pattern emerges. In contrast, album sales of a given style typically increase with decreasing instrumentational complexity. This can be interpreted as music becoming increasingly formulaic in terms of instrumentation once commercial or mainstream success sets in.
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L’efficacité d’un logiciel censé prédire la récidive à nouveau critiquée

L’efficacité d’un logiciel censé prédire la récidive à nouveau critiquée | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Des chercheurs ont comparé les prédictions du programme Compas à celles d’humains sans expérience du domaine judiciaire. Les résultats sont similaires.
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The Many Tribes of Artificial Intelligence – Intuition Machine – Medium

One of the biggest confusions about “Artificial Intelligence” is that it is a very vague term. That’s because Artificial Intelligence or AI is a term that was coined way back in 1955 with extreme…
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Fighting Fake News Is Not the Solution

Fighting Fake News Is Not the Solution | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
a large study of the reach and impact of fake news
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Why (almost) everything reported about the Cambridge Analytica Facebook ‘hacking’ controversy is…

A summary of the technical info you need to know in order to properly understand the Cambridge Analytica story.
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[1707.09457] Men Also Like Shopping: Reducing Gender Bias Amplification using Corpus-level Constraints

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Social Media, Political Polarization, and Political Disinformation: A Review of the Scientific Literature

The Hewlett Foundation commissioned this report to provide an overview of the current state of the literature on the relationship between social media; political polarization; and political “disinformation,” a term used to encompass a wide range of types of information about politics found online, including “fake news,” rumors, deliberately factually incorrect information, inadvertently factuall
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Visualizing Deep Learning Models at Facebook

Visualizing Deep Learning Models at Facebook | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
This post summarizes the latest joint research between researchers at Georgia Tech and  Facebook on using visualization to make sense of deep learning models, published at IEEE VIS’17, a top visualization conference. While powerful deep learning models have significantly improved prediction accuracy, understanding these models remains a big challenge. Deep learning models are more difficult…
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Tech4Dev Research Identifies Ad and PR Executives as "Chief Architects" of Fake News Production and Social Media Trolling

Tech4Dev Research Identifies Ad and PR Executives as "Chief Architects" of Fake News Production and Social Media Trolling | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
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Can AI Win the War Against Fake News?

Can AI Win the War Against Fake News? | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Developers are working on tools that can help spot suspect stories and call them out, but it may be the beginning of an automated arms race.
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(1) Facebook : l’opacité au nom de la transparence - Libération

(1) Facebook : l’opacité au nom de la transparence - Libération | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
Pour lutter contre les «fake news», le réseau social va modifier l’algorithme de son fil d’actualités. Le secret qui entoure ces changements inquiète les médias.
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The social networks of early risers tend to be smaller and less well-connected than night owls

The social networks of early risers tend to be smaller and less well-connected than night owls | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
If you stay up late, your social network is likely to be bigger than those of morning people, say researchers. And they think they know why.
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Prédire les vols de voitures ? | Administrateur Général des Données

Prédire les vols de voitures ? | Administrateur Général des Données | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
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It's the (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech

It's the (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech | Politique des algorithmes | Scoop.it
At a time when anyone can broadcast live or post their thoughts to a social network, we should be living in a utopia of public discourse. We're not.
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Do algorithms reveal sexual orientation or just expose our stereotypes?

A study claiming that artificial intelligence can infer sexual orientation from facial images caused a media uproar in the Fall of 2017. The Economist featured this work on the cover of their…
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