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✎ Issue #13 - A.I. Still Can't Distinguish Correlation from Causation


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May 7 · Issue #13 · View online

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Perhaps the biggest issue with current machine learning trends, is our flawed tendency to interpret or describe the patterns captured in models as causative rather than correlations of unknown veracity, accuracy or impact.“ - Kalev Leetaru

➥ "The Limits Of Learning By Correlation Rather Than Causation"
Must read, non-technical article by Kalev Leetaru
➨ One of the most basic tenets of statistics is that correlation does not imply causation. In turn, a signal’s predictive power does not necessarily imply in any way that that signal is actually related to or explains the phenomena being predicted.
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