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An Interconnected World: Exploring Graphs
University of Maryland
This lesson exposes students to the concept of graphs and how to describe the interdependence of information, people, organizations, or event infrastructure as a tool in the policy making process.
Determining Bias in a Password Strength Analyzer Tool
This lesson discusses bias in technology and how bias in AI tools can and does occur, usually from limitations in the dataset used to develop the algorithms and feature sets.
Introduction into Public Health Policy
University of Texas at San Antonio
This lesson applies the machine learning techniques of classification to a dataset that describes a population under high risk of the onset of diabetes and provides information beneficial to public health policy decisions.
Paradoxes and Fallacies
Florida International University
This lesson helps learners understand correlations, associations, dependence, independence, conditional dependence, and causation between measurable quantities.
Election Campaign Donations
The students will work in SQL to query data from an elections database, use R to work with the data, and visualize the results.
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