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.