Emily F. Keller is the Project Coordinator for Ethics in “Big Data” Research at Data & Society Research Institute, where she conducts research on data ethics issues in academia and industry, and the environmental impact of data. She has an MA in journalism from City University of New York and has written articles about waste management, transit accessibility, and city government. At the Foundation Center, she researched trends in corporate social responsibility and international funding data. She has also conducted interviews for the U.S. Census Bureau.
Data & SocietyBackground: University campuses provide an ecosystem of support to technical researchers, including computer scientists, as they navigate emerging issues of privacy, ethics, security, and consent in big data research. These su... Read on Data & SocietySeptember 2016
Data & SocietySupporting Ethical Data Research: An Exploratory Study of Emerging Issues in Big Data and Technical ResearchThis primer explores current and potential interactivity between librarians and computer science researchers at different phases of the research process as they come across questions of privacy, potential harms, and security in data storage. Read moreAugust 2016