In the second of their two-part series on privacy in the age of big data, Taylor Fry’s Stephanie Russell and Jonathan Cohen explore the potential to apply data privacy approaches used in traditional settings to machine learning models.
With the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games currently taking place, Data Analytics Editor Hugh Miller has selected an article from 'The Conversation' that analyses whether disabled athletes can outperform able-bodied athletes.
The privacy act is changing – how will this affect your machine learning models and what can you do?
In a world increasingly tied to artificial intelligence and machine learning, Taylor Fry’s Jonathan Cohen and Stephanie Russell look at changes to the Australian privacy act currently under consideration and how to address the potential impacts for industry and consumers.
The field of statistics has a very rich and colourful history with plenty of interesting stories. Milton Lim describes his personal favourite – Carl Friedrich Gauss’ discovery of the method of least squares and the normal distribution to solve a particularly thorny problem in astronomy. So where did the ubiquitous bell curve originate from?