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Data & SocietyMichele Gilman and Meredith Broussard on everything poverty lawyers need to know about tech, law, and social justice. Read moreOctober 2020
Data & SocietyA Poverty Lawyer’s Guide to Fighting Automated Decision-Making Harms on Low-Income Communities Read moreSeptember 2020
The ConversationFaculty Fellow Michele Gilman explains how the use of AI in welfare fraud detection often ends up harming the most vulnerable. Read on The ConversationFebruary 2020
PointsD&S founder and president sings praise for Virginia Eubank's new book Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor. "This book should be mandatory for anyone who works in social service... Read on PointsJanuary 2018
Data & SocietyD&S advisor Claudia Perlich discusses modeling, transparency, and machine learning in a new episode of the Partially Derivative podcast. “One pitfall I see is that it’s easy from a social science perspective to condemn all... Read on Data & SocietyJanuary 2017
Data & SocietyPredictive policing refers to the use of analytical techniques to make statistical predictions about potential criminal activity. The basic underlying assumption of predictive policing is that crime is not randomly distributed ... Read moreOctober 2015