Ensemble Learning

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Joining Tables in SparkR

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3 Trends in Deep Learning

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White House releases voter-fraud comments, personal info included (updated)

Engadget

The White House is bad at technology. The President has a Twitter problem, he faces a suit over blocking users on the service and he doesn't seem to mind talking "Cyber Security" with Putin, who runs the country that allegedly hacked our (and other) elections. The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity continues to seek the personal, identifying information of everyone who voted in the last election, something it is also being sued for. The commission also asked citizens to write in with feedback. As noted by former Secretary of Labor Chris Lu on Twitter, however, the commission published 112 pages of public comment "without redacting email addresses, home addresses & phone numbers."


U.S. to seek social media details, email addresses and phone numbers from all visa applicants

The Japan Times

WASHINGTON โ€“ The State Department wants to require all U.S. visa applicants to submit their social media usernames, previous email addresses and phone numbers, vastly expanding the Trump administration's enhanced vetting of potential immigrants and visitors. In documents to be published in Friday's Federal Register, the department said it wants the public to comment on the proposed new requirements, which will affect nearly 15 million foreigners who apply for visas to enter the U.S. each year. Previously, social media, email and phone number histories were only sought from applicants identified for extra scrutiny, such as those who have traveled to areas controlled by terrorist organizations. An estimated 65,000 people per year are in that category. The new rules would apply to virtually all applicants for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas.