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Ch 9, Outlier detection, review

 Typos and other bad information will always exist in data , throwing off calculations. This chapter is on how to find outliers in a data set, and what to do with them.  This is an essential part of cleaning the data for use.

In AI news this week, professor Stephen Hawking and standard AI textbook author professor Stuart Russell have come out on the side of being alarmed about the potential development of general AI:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/stephen-hawking-transcendence-looks-at-the-implications-of-artificial-intelligence--but-are-we-taking-ai-seriously-enough-9313474.html



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