Could computers vote instead of parliamentary representatives?

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Haha, what a funny question. Of course they can’t. How can one teach a computer all the intricacies of lawmaking process, and trust it well enough to let it vote? This must surely be a recipe for disaster. Yet, as I realized in previous research, the parties mostly demand ruthless discipline from their parliamentary representatives at voting time, simply to be able to actually govern in Slovenian multiparty democracy, where

Similarities between representatives in Slovenian parliament

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The title should actually be “An exploration of dimensionality reduction techniques on voting dataset from Slovenian parliament”. I’ve long been procrastinating with proper and comprehensive study of various machine learning techniques, especially those related to neural networks. I feel I made a few baby steps towards that goal with this research, which is actually a writeup of a project I made for a local newspaper in collaboration with excellent designer

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