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Quantum d-separation and quantum belief propagation à la Pearl

Posted on December 9, 2020 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

I've just written a new paper entitled: "Quantum d-separation and quantum belief propagation". Here is the abstract:

The goal of this paper is to generalize classical d-separation and classical Belief Propagation (BP) to the quantum realm. Classical d-separation is an essential ingredient of most of Judea Pearl's work. It is crucial to all 3 rungs of what Pearl calls the 3 rungs of Causation. So having a quantum version of d-separation and BP probably implies that most of…

Causal AI Kaggle Competition, Hosted by Big Pharma

Posted on November 29, 2020 at 1:01pm 0 Comments

Recently, someone (not me) suggested in a tweet to Judea Pearl, let's have a Kaggle** competition on the topic of Causal AI. I love the idea, so I am trying to promote it with this blog post. Big Pharma could fund such a competition for much less than what they pay for a TV commercial, and the technical insights they might gain from this exercise might prove to be invaluable to the pharmaceutical industry.…


When Daphne Koller met Judea Pearl. When Feynman met Dirac. When The Beatles met Bob Dylan.

Posted on November 29, 2020 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Daphne Koller is the leader of a mega-startup (Insitro) that uses Machine Learning (do they use Causal Bayesian Networks???) to do drug research. She also co-founded Coursera with Andrew Ng, and she co-wrote with  Nir Friedman a 1200 page book about Probabilistic Graphical Models (e.g., Bayesian Networks)

Judea Pearl won a Turing award (commonly…


No Causation without representation!

Posted on October 9, 2020 at 9:00am 0 Comments

My free book Bayesuvius now has 39 chapters. I had been postponing writing the chapters on Pearl causality until now, because I consider them to be the most important chapters in the whole book, and I wanted to nail them, to the best of my limited abilities. Well, I finally bit the bullet and wrote them. Please check them out, and send me feedback. I would especially like your opinion on  the chapters…


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