Predictive Judgments: Python × Daniel Kahneman | 30 minutes

Dec 30, 2022, 8:00 – 8:30 AM


This meet-up looks into making predictive judgments using a wine themed data set and Daniel Kahneman's Noise.

Computer ScienceData Science

About this event

Ever since Danny turned me on to Daniel Kahneman, I have (like so many others) been awed by the pure genius of the man. 

Kahneman's latest work, Noise - A Flaw in Human Judgment contains a section in chapter 9 (Judgments and Models) that inspired this meet-up.  

At the beginning of the meet-up, we will spend 5-10 minutes on Kahneman's work on predictive judgments as made by professionals vs models vs simple rules. 

Following that, we will look at a red wine dataset sourced via Kaggle and use it to predict wine quality. If you would like to follow along, feel free to download it prior, though just watching is fine too. 


🔖 How much is this meetup?

This meetup is free of charge.

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No, you just need to provide an email address for your virtual ticket.

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You can join after the event has started. No stress. You can check in up to 15 mins prior.

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Yes, this meet-up will be recorded.

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  • Laura Nikulski

    Chapter Leader

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