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LETTER FROM AN EDITOR ABOUT MY CARTOONS, AND MY REPLY – The Moderate Voice

A symptom of the media become propaganda outlets for the political parties is that it no longer seeks to inform or challenge is readers or watchers. 134 more words

Politics

Where there's smoke, there must be fire, right? Revisiting "The Bell Curve"

I read Richard Herrnstein’s & Charles Murray’s The Bell Curve in 1994 along with other members of my book club. The main point, that cognitive ability was coming to play an ever greater role in our society was well-substantiated, and thought-provoking, and led to many stimulating conversations. 850 more words

We All Run at Different Paces 

This summer, I will hit an age milestone. (If you’re interested in getting me a gift, I like strong IPAs and cool running gear.) Nothing too big like the 30, 40, or 50 year mark, but it’s a speed limit. 715 more words

HR

Empty Net 

By Benjamin Shapiro

So often static

Is confused for wisdom

While wisdom wears away

Eroded ever by aural assault

And synapses starved for

Messages married to marvelous memes… 24 more words

Poetry

On bias

I am a first-generation Latino with an El Salvadorian mother and an absentee Mexican father. Growing up, English was spoken in our household as a way to survive the white world and spaces we would inevitably encounter. 180 more words

Bias

[Data Science] What is bias and why is it so important ?

नमस्ते,

I have started reading about neural networks and deep learning on http://neuralnetworksanddeeplearning.com.

While learning about data analysis, one would be wondering what is this bias variable and why is it used in all the machine learning algorithms. 363 more words

Algorithms

My Opinion and Bias List of Produce 101 Season 2 Contestants

Have you watch Produce 101 Season 2? Or do you know the contestants of Produce 101 Season 2? Well, I’ll tell you my opinion (and my bias list HAHA) of Produce 101 Season 2 contestants!! 956 more words

Opinion