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Caitlin Hudon 👩🏼‍💻
"[if you experience miscarriage] there is no power on earth that can unsubscribe you from the ad tracking that pregnant women get." Incredibly moving argument on the human nature of data science and the problem with ML algorithms from at
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Sandstone 2 Mar 18
This relies on any given pregnant person being technologically informed enough to know this or knowing someone who knows this though, and wouldn't affect a lot of marketing like that based on "also bought," "also read," etc
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Kevin Twohy 2 Mar 18
Being on Social Media after the unexpected death of a loved one made me think differently about “outliers” in ML models.
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Kevin Twohy 2 Mar 18
e.g. “Remember This Moment!” with a large photo of your deceased loved one at the top of your feed on page load.
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Ceren Ercen 2 Mar 18
yes, she knows that, she said that in the talk, it's literally on slide 20, she did that, but the IMPORTANT POINT not everyone is technically capable, or emotionally capable at the time.
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Ceren Ercen 2 Mar 18
me either. which is why I checked and she posted the slides.
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Jessica Corra 2 Mar 18
I am sorry my original tweet was not empathetic. I thought I was offering a tip people might not know or know to go looking for.
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Julie Maupin 2 Mar 18
This is heartbreaking
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TheLongshot.cs 2 Mar 18
Wife bought baby stuff for a friend, and we still get the new mom stuff in the mail, even tho our "baby" is 12.
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Emanuil 2 Mar 18
Reminds me of "Consequences of an Insightful Algorithm" by , one of the most impactful talks I've seen. . Excited to watch Heidi's talk!
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andrewmaybin 2 Mar 18
And expectant fathers. Nothing describes the multi layered intrusiveness and general pain of that. Micro targeting needs to stop.
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Ann O'Dea 2 Mar 18
Yes indeed Andy
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