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Explainable Machine Learning summarized by Nauta & Seifert

Opening of the annual #SIKS day. Arno Siebes' book recommendations.

My student assistants are using kahoot.com for the Friday tutorials and I think they're great! 😄

Academics must apply the three Rs to plane travel: replace if possible, reduce to the essential, and refine to make it worthwhile!

theguardian.com/education/2019

Pretty cool: Open Science Community Nijmegen (OSCN) has a Do-A-Thon on 24 October

openscience-nijmegen.nl

Universal Transformers: a transformer approach by Mostafa Dehghani and colleagues that also uses a recurrent feedback loop. Very interesting. #SIKS

arxiv.org/abs/1807.03819

Come do your PhD with me at Spinque in Utrecht, NL, on the topic of Professional Search:

ifs.tuwien.ac.at/dossier/p9.ht

Fully funded, with three secondments in Vienna (Allan Hanbury), Milan (Gabriella Pasi) and Tennessee (Diane Kelly).

See the Marie-Curie ITN DOSSIER website for 14 more cool projects, all over Europe, including two in Leiden with Suzan Verberne.
ifs.tuwien.ac.at/dossier/phd_p

Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism: "Regulators need to intervene with tech monopolies", that's the line you should remember.

informatik.tuwien.ac.at/dighum

The CLARIN Virtual Language Observatory (VLO) is a federated search engine for content shared by the CLARIN knowledge centres.

vlo.clarin.eu

@Erik

Current book:
- Jesper Stein: Solo (🇳🇱)
Last finished:
- Dan Brown: Oorsprong (🇳🇱; original title: "Origin")

#booksofaugust2019

New York Times recently switched from tracking-based behavioral ads to contextual and geographic ads—and it did not experience any decrease in advertising revenue.

digiday.com/media/gumgumtest-n

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