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Guidelines for Transparent Machine Learning & Augmented Intelligence

May 21, 2021

Deepak Dube


What is Transparent Machine Learning?

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HackTable: EazyML Hackathon

December 1, 2020

Samuel Hampel, Xavier McLeod, Raymond Shen

High Technology High School

HackTable was a global online hackathon that took place from Saturday, November 28 to Sunday, November 29. Students of all levels of computer science experience ranging from novices to experienced coders could find categories that would challenge them to think critically.

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EazyHacks: EazyML Hackathon

November 19, 2020

Sai Vedagiri, Samuel Hampel, Xavier McLeod, Raymond Shen

High Technology High School

EazyML Team Thanks everyone who participated in the Hackathon. A special Thanks to the Judges: Dr. Courtney Paulson, Professor in Business Analytics at Southern Utah University and Mr. Promod Radhakrishnan, Global Vice President, Oracle (Financial Services Global Business Unit). EazyHacks Hackathon took place Friday, November 13 to Sunday, November 15. This hackathon was hosted by EazyML, where participants had 40 hours to create an application from scratch, incorporating the use of machine learning by utilizing the platform or API provided by EazyML.

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Taming California’s Wildfires

November 15, 2020

Rajvardhan Rawat, Pranay Pogde, Deepak Dube


The other day a colleague of ours, who resides in the Bay Area, muttured something on a conference call that shocked us: “It’s raining ash in San Jose. My car, the driveway is covered with ash, as if a volcano had erupted.” We had all read about the deadly wildfires out west, its devastating effects of destroyed habitats, burnt homes, poor air and lives lost, yet the very thought of ash raining from the sky made it scary, almost apocalyptic and difficult to comprehend.

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Can A Novice Learn Machine Learning? Yes!

July 20, 2020

Alice Cao

Guest Blogger, UC Berkeley

I found out at the beginning of my senior year at Berkeley that I would, somehow, complete every single one of my major requirements by the…

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