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Mining Student Data – To protect students or invade students’ life

In his essay, Michael Morris states that through mining student data, threat-assessment teams of universities have a great chance and plausible accuracy to predict possible violent behaviors with mining algorithms. As a result, it is responsible for every university to monitor students’ academic record and prevent every possible tragedy. Undoubtedly, in no way are we supposed to […] Continue reading

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