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Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?

We, in this blog, are in the middle of a series of simulation experiments on the effect of assessor error on text classifier reliability. There’s still some way to go with these experiments, but in the mean time the topic has attracted some attention on the blogosphere. Ralph Losey has forcefully re-iterated his characterization of […] → Read More: Can you train a useful model with incorrect labels?