Learning in the Loop

author: John Langford, Microsoft Research
published: May 28, 2013,   recorded: September 2012,   views: 5472

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Learning from user feedback well requires solving several problems simultaneously:
{a) Dealing with the scale of user feedback, which is often several orders of magnitude larger than editorial feedback.
{b) Dealing with the weak and sometimes adversarial feedback that users provide.
{c) Dealing with the shifting and online nature ofthese problems.

I will discuss a combination of several tricks which address these problems effectively and some open questions that are bugging me.

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