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Archive for July 8th, 2018

Automated “take-down” algorithm simulation: thread by @AlecMuffett: “Regards Article13, I wrote up a little command-line false-positive emulator; it tests 10 million events with a test (for copyrighted material […]” #Article13

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/08

Via [WayBack] Artikel 13 (Uploadfilter) vs. Math – Math wins – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+:

Simulation of the proposed law effects are easy: [WayBackThread by @AlecMuffett: “Regards Article13, I wrote up a little command-line false-positive emulator; it tests 10 million events with a test (for copyrighted material) […]” #Article13

What it shows that an automated test for content-originality only succeeds when there are a truckload of copyrighted-material uploads than original-content uploads:

about 1 in 67 postings have to be “bad” in order to break even

So if you have less than 1% false uploads, even with a 98.5% accuracy (which is very very good for a take-down algorithm!), you will piss off far more good items wrongly marked as false positive, than bad items correctly marked bad.

When the accuracy gets less, you piss-off far more original-content uploads, but also catch less copyrighted-material uploads..

This is called the a far less “sexy” term False positive paradox – Wikipedia, which is a specialisation of the far mor dull sounding Base rate fallacy – Wikipedia

Source code: [WayBack] random-code-samples/falsepos.py at master · alecmuffett/random-code-samples · GitHub

Original thread:

[WayBack] Alec Muffett on Twitterさん: “Regards #Article13, I wrote up a little command-line false-positive emulator; it tests 10 million events with a test (for copyrighted material, abusive material, whatever) that is 99.5% accurate, with a rate of 1-in-10,000 items actually being bad.… https://t.co/CJvxdvkiom”

https://twitter.com/alecmuffett/status/1015594170424193024

and

[WayBack] next_ghost on Twitter: “And for the nerds who want to learn more, this is called a “False positive paradox”. https://t.co/CIvw2ni21q… “

 

–jeroen

Posted in Algorithms, Development, Software Development | 1 Comment »

Tail it: 4 new affordable GPS trackers with global range by Morten Sæthre — Kickstarter

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/08

A few more days: [Archive.is] Tail it GPS

Via:

–jeroen

Posted in LifeHacker, Power User | Leave a Comment »

 
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