January 31, New York City — Breaking the Black Box: How Machines Make Decisions About You – A conversation with WNYC’s Manoush Zomorodi, entrepreneur and writer Anil Dash and Microsoft researcher Solon Borocas at the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space.
Feb 6 & 7, Stanford – Data on Purpose | Do Good Data – A fireside chat about artificial intelligence and creating a culture of data.
Feb 8, UCLA Hammer Museum – Minority Reports – Risk assessments—computer programs that predict the likelihood of someone committing a crime—are increasingly common in courtrooms, yet these “future-crime formulas” are marked by troubling racial prejudices. A converation with USC professor Laura Castãneda.
Read about past events below.
If you’d like to keep up with what I’m researching and writing, you can sign up to read my articles via e-mail.
This is a privacy friendly. Emails will not contain tracking technology (most email newsletters you get do) and the list isn’t shared with anyone but me. It’s managed by the lovely folks at Electric Embers, a technology cooperative devoted to freedom, privacy and security on the Internet. This is not a marketing list. I’m just going to use it to send out articles I’ve published on various platforms.
One note: privacy-friendly email lists can be slightly annoying in their eagerness to make sure you really want to commit. So once you sign up, you have to re-confirm that you really wanted to sign up. Unfortunately, you will likely find that reconfirm email in your spam inbox. So check there first or you won’t get any emails for me. You could also white-list the email address firstname.lastname@example.org (white-listing instructions here) with your email provider.
I’m sorry privacy is so difficult. I hope one day that better tools are available. In the meantime, thank you for trying.