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Machine Learning and Our Cities

Machine learning, the ability for computers to use algorithms and statistical models to perform tasks without explicit instructions, has the potential to alter nearly every aspect of our daily lives - far beyond, for example, a digital assistant curating specific lines and images from news articles based on our past browsing history. In fact, many of the most profound changes may occur unseen, as machine learning shapes and reforms the world around us. Come learn about the vast world, and potential outcomes, of this nascent form of artificial intelligence.

+ Scott Mauvais / Microsoft
+ Camille Crittenden / CITRIS Policy Lab at UC Berkeley
+ Brandie Nonnecke / CITRIS Policy Lab at UC Berkeley

Tuesday, 07/02/19


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SF Planning + Urban Research Assoc. (SPUR)

654 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105

Phone: (415) 781-8726
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