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Talking Machines: Machine learning and the Flint water crisis, with Jake Abernethy

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27 July 2016



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Testing lead in water during the Flint water crisis. Image credit: CC0 Public Domain

Testing lead in water during the Flint water crisis.

In episode fourteen of season two, we discuss Perturb-and-MAP and answer a listener question about classic artificial intelligence ideas being used in modern machine learning. Plus, we speak with Jake Abernethy from the University of Michigan about municipal data and his work on the Flint water crisis.


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