special edition – june talks at data & society
DATABITES: 100 SERIES
We invite you to attend a grand finale of June talks by our graduating fellows, whether here in New York City or via livestream:
* Suchana Seth: Machine Learning: What’s Fair and Who Decides?
* Ravi Shroff: Stats and the City: A Data-driven Approach to Criminal Justice and Child Welfare
* Anne Washington: Data Science Reasoning
* Mark Ackerman: Contested Truths in Online Communities
* Tega Brain: The Entropy of A System
* Ingrid Burrington: Apocalypse, Still Buffering
* Zara Rahman: Inform/Transform: Translating Critical Tech Perspectives
Expect provocations and insights from these three evenings of 10-minute presentations. Each event will close with a hearty toast to the fellows, followed by a 5-7pm reception.
We welcome the entire Data & Society community–academics, coders, artists, scientists, journalists, activists, statisticians, lawyers, community organizers, philanthropists, tech industry actors, and beyond–to join us as we gear up to cross the #100 marker in our signature talk series.
Final reminder: D&S job opening closes this Friday
Director of Finance & Administration applications close this Friday, June 2!