Check Again: The Problem With Reproducibility
This article was originally published in Start Up
Promising academic results prove elusive when the experiments are run again, threatening reputations and wasting industry resources. Everyone is scrambling for a fix, but is the problem as bad as it seems, and do we really need a top-down solution?
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