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>> mechanisms. Of course, our current institutions of science make such
>> analytical approaches very difficult, with few journals prepared to
>> publish the work. That's because they are struggling to manage their
>> own uncertainty.
y at least during the last two decades. So I really do not know.
> Fashions in science come and go: maybe all of this is a temporary illusion.
> Or a taste of the science of the future.
> In any case, it was nice hearing from a biomedical researcher in the wet lab.
ey have produced
results comparable to and in some cases superior to human experts. Will
be data-correlation-driven research the new scientific method for
unsupervised deep learning machines_? _Will computers became
fundamentalists of _Dataism_?
Alberto J. Schuhmacher, Ph