Sam Gomes interviews Canay Özden-Schilling about her neighborhood’s self-quarantine response team.
DISCUSSION NOTES BY CANAY ÖZDEN-SCHILLING: Our first virtual event after the pandemic’s onset explored issues around the ethics of data collection during COVID-19. We were fortunate to…… Read more “6/17/2020 COVID/DATA: Surveillance, Privacy, and Accountability”
DISCUSSION NOTES BY CANAY ÖZDEN-SCHILLING: This workshop attended to the design and deployment of sensors that populate the world around us, charting the territory from quantified environments…… Read more “3/6/2020 Sense, Sentience, Sensors”
DISCUSSION NOTES BY CANAY ÖZDEN-SCHILLING: This timely conversation drew a big interdisciplinary crowd from all around campus—from faculty, to librarians, to undergraduate students—interested in how the new…… Read more “2/24/2020 The Data Environment and the New University”
DISCUSSION NOTES BY CANAY ÖZDEN-SCHILLING: Our first event of the semester, featuring Tufts University’s Moon Duchin and Georgetown’s Kobbi Nissim, gathered our biggest crowd yet. Our first…… Read more “2/12/2020 The Mathematics of Accountability”
Feb 12, 4 pm – 6 pmHodson 305 This panel explores the mathematical and algorithmic work of developing accountability mechanisms in political processes. We will be joined…… Read more “2/12/2020 The Mathematics of Accountability”
Feb 24, 12 pm – 3 pmMergenthaler Hall 426 We are the middle of a big data revolution that examines all aspects of our behavior to elicit…… Read more “2/24/2020 The Data Environment and the New University”
March 25, 2020 / 6 PM / Reading Group Meeting Join us for another edition of our Data Sciences and Society Reading Group meeting. This time, we…… Read more “3/25/2020 Creating Parallel Worlds: Health, Science and Data behind Classification Walls”