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Trimming the Thorns of AI Fairness Research

Jared Sylvester, Edward Raff
2020 IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin  
This is true even when that progress does not get us 100% of the way to the goal of "complete" fairness or perfect alignment with our personal belief on which measure of fairness is used.  ...  Systems being built with some measure of fairness implemented would still put us in a better position than the status quo by increasing the number of systems caring about the problem enough to invest effort  ...  We need CHI research on how to ease the process of incorporating fairness and bias into a ML system for the decision makers, engineers, and researchers that will perform and supervise the work.  ... 
dblp:journals/debu/SylvesterR20 fatcat:ayqiwc7m7fhyxg6ejn7nqztuei

Page 488 of Albion, a Journal of News, Politics, and Literature Vol. 10, Issue 41 [page]

1851 Albion, a Journal of News, Politics, and Literature  
fabric out of slight materials, than depth of research into the human heart.  ...  engravings of * Fair-head” and ‘* Beechy-head,” are the only drawings he has given to the public.  ... 

La compatibilità dei regimi incentivanti l'energia sostenibile con il sistema WTO

Francesco Scalia
2022 Revista da Faculdade de Direito UFPR  
This would allow a fair assessment in each case of the different elements that constitute a "similar" product.  ...  . 8.2(a) «assistance for research activities conducted by firms or by higher education or research establishments on a contract basis with firms». 105 Art. 8.2(c) «assistance to promote adaptation of existing  ... 
doi:10.5380/rfdufpr.v66i3.85421 fatcat:zdgksbpeobbsbfxflhfr2lfp6q

Page 192 of Evangelist and Religious Review Vol. 27, Issue 43 [page]

1856 Evangelist and Religious Review  
was a detention of twelve days The balance in the Sub-Treasury for the week end- 1 PoItTM^ai!  ...  Beans are in fair - " LireOesie,prime aity of London.  ... 

Page 271 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 24, Issue 23 [page]

1854 Spirit of the Times  
and snows of winter, and stubbed toes, stone bruises, and thorns in the feet came floating along down from the long past, like shadows of darkness on the current of memory.  ...  Very fair day’s work—of which we re- ceived tangible evidence.” Cooperstown Journal.  ... 

Page 616 of Albion, a Journal of News, Politics, and Literature Vol. 2, Issue 50 [page]

1843 Albion, a Journal of News, Politics, and Literature  
Victer Cousio, presented himself at the convent for the purpose of making researches on this very subyect.  ...  The fair tragedian is destined to the twofold glory of reviving the classical produc. tions of the 18th century,and of perpetuating the race of their greatest represen- tative.  ... 

Page 2 of Maine Farmer Vol. 64, Issue 6 [page]

1895 Maine Farmer  
fair : said: Life an thy lot.  ...  One very pretty Napoleon cap fora child was made of Japanese silk, shirred and finished with ruches of footing and braidene, while the trim- ming was two-tone ribbon, a rosette fastening the strings on  ... 

Index of Inventions

1897 Scientific American  
plate and their expandmg spikes, and trimming off the ends of the tie to a uniform length and square tinish. llIiscellaneons.  ...  For boring and trimming bl y l ined with rubber or cloth, and adapted to en r age appreciated by the scientitic writer.  ...  Special award at World's Fair. All kinds of Engineering, Sur veying and Draftinil Instruments and Materials. 220 p.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican06051897-364d fatcat:45rd4qqinjfq7bpsdpeuuvlmhm

Page 3 of Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture Vol. 58, Issue 47 [page]

1899 Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture  
The canes are strong and of low growth, and are destitute of thorns, so that hands and clothing are not torn in picking the fruit.  ...  research by A Dleasan; ly, cures per. ru MORS and of wonderty| n.= Read the NCE CANCER rrite to va, N. H.. y— twent aay's Drean a. a, Vi.  ... 


C. Mac Vean, Robert Robertson, Hugh Cameron, James Todd, Thomas Johnes, David Richards, I.C. Curwen, J. C. CURWEN, John Eden, John Miller, Samuel Taylor, W. Wallis Mason (+6 others)
1805 Transactions of the Society, Instituted at London, for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce  
are in no respect injured by frost ; and the handsomest of a middle size ; trim the green top, leaving about an inch of it, and cut two inches off the extremity of the root.  ...  next Volume of yourTransactions.The method of raising the Thorns from roots of the plant, is as follows.I would advise every farmer to purchase a hundred or a thousand thorns, according to the size of  ...  Mules, who added, that Mr, Bull's plan* tation of osiers is by far the best that he lias seen in the isle of Ely, and that he is inclined to believe Mr.  ... 

Page 4 of American Farmer; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and Rural Life Vol. , Issue 56 [page]

1894 American Farmer; Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and Rural Life  
In order to stimulate literary work and research in dairying work, the Missouri State Dairy Association has offered pre- miums upon the best papers presented upon a given list of subjects.  ...  I want to plant four acres of potatoes, and don’t want to make a failure. —Gkro. THORN, SR., Junior, W. Va. In the first place, we would not try to raise potatoes on heavy, clay soil.  ... 

Page 4 of Evangelist and Religious Review Vol. 52, Issue 42 [page]

1881 Evangelist and Religious Review  
“A Fair Barba¬ rian.”  ...  They are the work of the scholar, a conscientious stu¬ dent, and a Christian philosopher. Dr. Mllman prepared this new edition so as to give It the benefit of the results of more recent research.  ... 

Page 3 of Christian Secretary Vol. 12, Issue 18 [page]

1833 Christian Secretary  
Trimmings wanted by the trade.  ...  Morrell’s Voyages and Discoveries, with a sketch of the author’s life, &c. Fifty-fourth number of Harper’s Family Library, containing the travels and researches of Alexander V0" Humboldt. Mrs.  ... 

Observations on the design and specification of a wrist-worn human activity monitoring system

Daniel P. Redmond, Frederick W. Hegge
1985 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
In this 3-year program, specific issues were examined, ranging from the empirical characteristics of the wrist-movement signal and transduction methods to conversion of that signal to a useful index of  ...  There are various useful applications for the monitoring of general activity of unconfined human subjects.  ...  Figure 7 indicates that this reduction is a function of epoch length, so that by 1 sec or so, each axis provides a fair index of the signal in the others.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03200979 fatcat:wnic2p5gmjeuldprwvpllzsh4e

Page 1 of Michigan Farmer Vol. 12, Issue 10 [page]

1881 Michigan Farmer  
Life of Elisha Kent Kane, and of other Distinguished American Explorers, with their Researches and Adventures in remote and interesting portions of the Globe, including the lives of John C.  ...  ,cloth. $2 00 Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions; embracing Sir J obn Franklin’s four expeditions UO ECP OAR MCAS tl SiN Op OIOUIN cs a :0,aic ics cise 'ai sina olnie S.clai ais. sidieiers alee osisieNieiee  ... 
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