Month: September 2021

From A-levels to pensions, algorithms make easy targets – but they aren’t to blame

Jonathan Everett; Guardian Tue 17 Aug 2021 09.00 BST Poor policy outcomes are not the responsibility of ‘mutant maths’, but of choices made by people in power ‘The government’s occasionally misleading use of modelling – such as when it mispresented Covid projections while making the case for a second lockdown in October last year –…
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Let’s learn about artificial intelligence

Artificially intelligent devices perform tasks that would usually require a human brain Maria Temming has written an artical for Science News for Students about the subject of Artificial Intelligence and problem solving by devices or machines that typically requires huma brain power. “Artificial intelligence, or AI, is all around us. Phone navigation apps and self-driving cars use…
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