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Another obsession for me now is Item Response Theory. There are some software which allow one to enable IRT analysis for the purpose of developing online educational material. Existing softwares need to be leveraged and made more user friendly for really to make these exiciting field accessible to educators and analysts.
And lastly all those articles on numerical computation shows that I am interested in autonomously self-adjusting numeric precision in computations used in real application. I think so Artificial Intelligence should be used to devise systems which relieves burden of worrying about precision loss from the shoulders of scientists and engineers.
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