Data Digest: Using Machine Learning to Evaluate Quarantine, Laws, and Music
New applications for machine learning include weighing the effectiveness of COVID-19 regulations, classifying the significance of U.K. laws, and creating simulated opera music.
- By Upside Staff
- December 22, 2020
Research from MIT quantifies how different measures are affecting COVID-19 rates in the U.S.
Read more at Health IT Analytics
Researchers describe a method for using machine learning to group U.K. laws by significance.
Read more at LSE British Politics and Policy blog
Something a little lighter: a new machine learning experiment from Google creates lovely music.
Read more at The Verge