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Interested in keeping up with developments in math? Want to know more about information theory? Want to learn some algorithms, but don't know where to start? Join the group! We'll pick books, papers, and articles about all of these topics, read them,

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Math Nerds
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Less Wrong is a community of people who want to have fun and achieve big things. We're passionate about using the latest science to do this, in particular knowledge of cognitive biases - peculiar ways in which our brains consistently lead us astray.

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Rationalists
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Bayesian statistics, probabilistic programming, nonparametric bayes, scalable inference, and other goodness. This meetup is for Bayesian data scientists.

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Bayesian Data Scientists
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Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability­

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groupe de travail de statistique bayésienne du LBBE

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April 29, 2014

Bayesian statistics, probabilistic programming, nonparametric bayes, scalable inference, and other goodness. This meetup is for Bayesian data scientists.

96
Bayesian Data Scientists
April 4, 2014
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groupe de travail de statistique bayésienne du LBBE

10
bayésiens
November 21, 2013

Interested in keeping up with developments in math? Want to know more about information theory? Want to learn some algorithms, but don't know where to start? Join the group! We'll pick books, papers, and articles about all of these topics, read them,

205
Math Nerds
February 8, 2013

Less Wrong is a community of people who want to have fun and achieve big things. We're passionate about using the latest science to do this, in particular knowledge of cognitive biases - peculiar ways in which our brains consistently lead us astray.

133
Rationalists
January 15, 2013

Thinking and deciding are central to our daily lives. The Less Wrong community aims to gain expertise in how human brains think and decide, so that we can do it more successfully. We use insights from cognitive science, social psychology, probability­

55
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