- Ah yes, historical bias.…And I don't mean the bias shown in history textbooks.…It's the reason you keep picking Adrian Peterson…during your NFL fantasy football draft.…He used to be so good and you have…the small glimmer of hope that he'll be good again.…It's why you invest in the market.…Blind faith that the market, on average,…has provided a positive return…and that it'll continue to do so.…Historical bias is faith.…Unfortunately, a trend or a correlation…doesn't necessarily have infinite continuum.…
This is something to consider when designing algorithms…that are designed for extrapolation into the future.…The farther away you are from actual data points,…the less accurate your predictions will be.…And this is where historical bias creeps in,…especially when using artificial intelligence.…Remember, AI can only learn, based on how you train it.…Think about it this way, let's say you're building…an algorithm that determines whether someone…would be a reliable money-borrower.…Okay, so essentially it's something…
Skill Level Intermediate
Data Visualization: A Lesson and Listen Serieswith Bill Shander3h 2m Intermediate
Everyday Statistics, with Eddie Davilawith Eddie Davila2h 34m Intermediate
Data in our lives1m 50s
Episode One: Predictions
Episode Two: Discrimination
Episode Three: Ethical Considerations
4. Episode Four: The little chips that control you
Episode Five: The Quantified Self
Episode Six: The fork in the road
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