Machine learning basics (repeat session)
Prepare for the world's fastest introduction to a subject some people spend decades of their lives studying: machine learning. Specifically, we'll be talking about supervised learning: a technique that allows you to train computers to make simple decisions, which is useful (among other things) for complex data cleaning. Be warned: This session will move very quickly. The code is simple, but we won't have time to cover basic Python syntax, so some programming experience is helpful.
Chase Davis works on initiatives related to digital transformation and strategy at the Star Tribune, in his hometown of Minneapolis. Previously he ran the Interactive News desk at The New York Times and worked as as reporter and editor in Texas, Iowa and California. He also teaches a class in advanced data journalism at his alma mater, Mizzou. @chasedavis
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