evidence-based policy

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coronavirus pandemic curve - johns hopkins
This is an anxious time for anyone in policy / decision analysis. Machine learning, analytics, statistical models, and decision intelligence are helping leaders grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, but weighing alternatives and connecting actions → outcomes requires so many things. Once the modeling is complete and the data visualizations are shared, then what? Newly anointed...
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1. Jason Zweig tells the story of randomistas, who use randomized, controlled trials to pinpoint what helps people become self-sufficient around the globe. The Anti-Poverty Experiment describes several successful, data-driven programs, ranging from financial counseling to grants of livestock. 2. Can an early childhood program prevent child abuse, crime, drug abuse, and neglect? Yes, says...
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Museum musings.

Pondering the places where people interact with artificial intelligence: Collaboration on evidence-based decision-making, automation of data-driven processes, machine learning, things like that.

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19 August 2021
How to blame a robot for mistakes: Do your finger pointing properly.
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12 August 2020
How Human-in-the-Loop AI is Like House Hunters
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26 February 2020
Will military ethics principles make AI GRRET again?
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30 January 2020
Struggling to explain AI? Try this before|after strategy.
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8 July 2019
Can we explain AI with experiential? I say yes.