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Algorithms for self-driving cars and medical diagnosis continue to be developed and refined. So far, AI’s main challenges stem from unpredictability and bad training data:  Biased AI judge (2019) : To the great dismay of those trying to promote AI as unbiased, an AI algorithm designed to estimate recidivism, a key factor in sentencing, produced biased sentencing recommendations. Unfortunately, the AI learned from historical data which has racial and economic biases baked into the data; therefore, it continued to incorporate similar biases. Balls vs. bald heads (2020) : The Caledonian Thistle FC trained AI for an automatic camera system to follow the ball on the soccer field. This worked well until a referee showed up with a shiny bald head and the AI followed the ref around the field instead.

https://www.datamation.com/artificial-intelligence/ai-and-deep-learning/

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What they’re saying nationally, in Seattle after Oregon beats Washington Oregon Ducks vs. Washington Huskies: Nov. 6, 2021 SEATTLE — No. 4 Oregon defeated Washington, 26-16, at Husky Stadium on Saturday. The Ducks (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12) host Washington State (5-4, 4-2 Pac-12) next Saturday (7:30 p.m., ESPN). Here’s a roundup of what was written nationally and in Seattle after the game: No. 7 Oregon avoids stumble, rallies to top Washington 26-16 ( AP ) “No. 7 Oregon came away with a workmanlike victory against rival Washington (4-5), proving Huskies coach Jimmy Lake’s ill-advised point that the Huskies are indeed not recruiting against the Ducks.” ( AP ) Washington looking at sideline incident involving coach ( AP ) An ugly offensive performance yields an ugly ending in UW Huskies’ rivalry loss to Oregon ( Seattle Times ) Huskies can’t finish upset of No. 4 Oregon and come away with more unwanted scrutiny in loss ( Seattle Times ) Oregon piles up 300-plus rushing yards, outlasts Huskies for third consecutive win in rivalry series (N ews Tribune ) Lake’s continual game day failures are going to cost him his job ( 247Sports important source ) Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.

https://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/2021/11/what-theyre-saying-nationally-in-seattle-after-oregon-beats-washington.html

<p>Head Coach Brady Sallee watches his team play March 6, 2021, in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals beat the Broncos 76-69. <strong>Jaden Whiteman, DN</strong></p> However, Freeman also said she believes Ball State’s veteran leadership will play an important role in helping acclimate the newcomers.  Ball State redshirt Junior Anna Clephane shoots a free-throw on Nov. 3 at Worthen Arena. Clephane finished the night with 20 points. “We feel like we need to be the voices and teach them the ropes, even if it’s just by our actions,” Freeman said. “We built a culture this summer of what we wanted our team to look like, and I think that culture will stand out.”   Clephane and Freeman each mentioned the positionless identity as a new strength of the Cardinals. With no assigned positions, Clephane believes the Cardinals can flourish by exploiting favorable matchups against opponents. “It’s no longer guards and post, or starters and non-starters or newcomers and returners,” Clephane said. “It’s just our team, and I think that’s really beneficial.”  Head coach see page Brady Sallee said not using the term “newcomers” brings all his players together as one. He also said the Cardinals are positionless because of their offensive versatility. “We thought it was the best way to stay consistent with our message, which is ‘team first’ and being bought into our culture,” Sallee said.

https://www.ballstatedaily.com/article/2021/11/sports-ball-state-cardinals-womens-basketball-season-preview-feature