The problem of data violation is one of the most threatening issues of being on the internet. The ambiguity regarding the collection, usage, and sharing of our personal and sensitive information adds to the insecurity experienced by most consumers.
In scientific research, plagiarism used to be a big problem. Before the advent of free and accessible plagiarism detection tools, people would actually steal the work of their peers and publish it in their name.
In the first part here, I discussed missing, outdated and unobserved data, data that is costly to produce, as well as dirty, unbalanced and unstructured… Read More »15 Data Issues and How to Fix Them – Second Part
A graph with five billion people (nearly everyone on the Internet) brings up both ethical questions and opportunities.
The media has brainwashed us into thinking of AGI as something akin to the ‘Terminator’ But when (and if) AGI comes – what would it… Read More »When AGI comes – will you recognise it?