iMerit is a remarkable company of over 4000 people that specializes in annotating the data needed to train machine learning systems.
I am writing a series of blogs for them on various aspects of machine learning. In my latest blog I explain how inaccuracies in training data labels (‘label noise’) affect ML system performance. It turns out that it’s not so much how many errors that matters, but how those errors are structured.
Author: Tom Robertson
Tom Robertson, Ph.D., is an organizational and engineering consultant specializing in harmonizing human and artificial intelligence. He has been an AI researcher, an aerospace executive, and a consultant in Organizational Development. An international speaker and teacher, he has presented in a dozen countries and has served as visiting faculty at Écoles des Mines d’Ales in France and Portland State University.
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