eventJanuary 29 2015

Utilizing Google Resources (Machines, People, Data) for Good

Stephanie Hannon

Databite No. 23

Stephanie Hannon, Director of Product Management for Social Impact at Google:

“Stephanie is focused on building innovative technology to help people broaden engagement with their community, government and nonprofits, and to help users in distress. She shares insights from building products to change how the world prepares and responds to natural disasters, using data to help cities make evidence-based decisions and increasing transparency and voter turnout in democracies. She is most interested in engaging the Data & Society community in a brainstorm and debate on utilizing Google resources (machines, people, data) for maximum good in a world where ‘good’ is difficult to measure and ‘privacy dominates product design.'”

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