Zotero is an incredible free and open-sourced citation manager for research papers. Among its great features, you can link your Zotero account to Overleaf to automatically export your libraries to your new Overleaf project in a bibtex format. Morever, you can also create private or public groups for Zotero that can be shared with other users; this is perfect for collaborative papers.

After linking your account, importing from Zotero takes one click

Unfortunately, after linking your Zotero account with Overleaf, the simple add files “From Zotero” will fetch all libraries, including your personal libraries. At the moment, there’s no easy option to filter to a single group. …


In recent years, we have seen an explosion in the usage of Machine Learning (ML) algorithms for automating and supporting human decisions. From helping doctors in diagnosing potential diseases that could render diabetic patients blind, to supporting financial analysts in equity management, the impact of ML is irrefutable. However, as algorithms become more sophisticated, it becomes harder to understand how it makes decisions. As a result, various harmful biases could arise in critical situations, such as when ML is used to determine credit limit for credit cards or applied to facial recognition by law enforcement agencies. In order to identify…

Xing Han Lu

ML@Plotly, Kaggle GM, NLP research. Previously: Deloitte, Plotly, McGill Epi. https://xinghanlu.com/

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