42:59 | Feb 16th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Making a decision is a complex task. Today's guest Dongho Kim discusses how he and his team at Prowler has been building a platform that will be accessible by way of APIs and a set of pre-made scripts...Show More
33:17 | Dec 29th, 2017More Details keyboard_arrow_right
This episode kicks off the next theme on Data Skeptic: artificial intelligence. Kyle discusses what's to come for the show in 2018, why this topic is relevant, and how we intend to cover it.
38:48 | Nov 17th, 2017More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In this week's episode, host Kyle Polich interviews author Lance Fortnow about whether P will ever be equal to NP and solve all of life’s problems. Fortnow begins the discussion with the example quest...Show More
18:44 | Oct 13th, 2017More Details keyboard_arrow_right
How long an algorithm takes to run depends on many factors including implementation details and hardware. However, the formal analysis of algorithms focuses on how they will perform in the worst case...Show More
17:03 | Aug 4th, 2017More Details keyboard_arrow_right
A Bayesian Belief Network is an acyclic directed graph composed of nodes that represent random variables and edges that imply a conditional dependence between them. It's an intuitive way of encoding y...Show More
20:19 | Jun 1st, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
USC students from the CAIS++ student organization have created a variety of novel projects under the mission statement of "artificial intelligence for social good". In this episode, Kyle interviews Za...Show More
35:35 | Sep 14thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Neil Johnson joins us to discuss the paper The online competition between pro- and anti-vaccination views.
22:57 | Sep 7thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Mashbat Suzuki joins us to discuss the paper How Many Freemasons Are There? The Consensus Voting Mechanism in Metric Spaces. Check out Mashbat’s and many other great talks at the 13th Symposium on Alg...Show More