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Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

Today we (specifically, my colleague Daria Sorokina) had the pleasure of hosting UT-Austin professor Matt Lease at LinkedIn to give a talk on his “Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation“. It was a great talk, and the slides above are full of references to research that he and his colleagues have done in this […] → Read More: Matt Lease: Recent Adventures in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation

WTF! @ k: Measuring Ineffectiveness

At SIGIR 2004, Ellen Voorhees presented a paper entitled “Measuring Ineffectiveness” in which she asserted: Using average values of traditional evaluation measures [for information retrieval systems] is not an appropriate methodology because it emphasizes effective topics: poorly performing topics’ scores are by definition small, and they are therefore difficult to distinguish from the noise inherent […] → Read More: WTF! @ k: Measuring Ineffectiveness

WTF! @ k: Measuring Ineffectiveness

At SIGIR 2004, Ellen Voorhees presented a paper entitled “Measuring Ineffectiveness” in which she asserted: Using average values of traditional evaluation measures [for information retrieval systems] is not an appropriate methodology because it emphasizes effective topics: poorly performing topics’ scores are by definition small, and they are therefore difficult to distinguish from the noise inherent […] → Read More: WTF! @ k: Measuring Ineffectiveness