2017 Data Science Day at Columbia
Our third-annual Data Science Day drew more than 600 people to Lerner Hall.
- The morning kicked off with talks on privacy, security, and civic tech, with SIPA's Hollie Russon Gilman, Columbia Engineering's Suman Jana, and Columbia Journalism School's Susan McGregor. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's Laura Kurgan moderated.
- — Nicole Bode (@nicolebode)Wed, Apr 05 2017 15:19:30
- — Columbia DataScience (@DSI_Columbia)Wed, Apr 05 2017 13:49:23
- — Corey Harper (@chrpr)Wed, Apr 05 2017 13:51:10Link to the article: https://www.propublica.org/article/machine-bias-risk-assessments-in-criminal-sentencing …. See also, Cathy O'Neil's https://weaponsofmathdestructionbook.com/ #cudata https://twitter.com/DSI_Columbia/status/849619980169695232 …
- The second series of talks focused on data science applications, with Zuckerman Institute's Stefano Fusi, Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences' Andrew Gelman, Columbia Engineering's Andreas Mueller and Columbia Engineering's Mingoo Seok. Columbia Engineering's John Wright moderated.
- — Columbia DataScience (@DSI_Columbia)Wed, Apr 05 2017 14:25:18
- — Amir Imani (@amirhos_imani)Wed, Apr 05 2017 14:33:47issue on survey data is bigdata dont come from designed experiments, but often data exhaust & need more data modeling and adjustment #cudata
- Two Sigma CTO Alfred Spector gave the keynote "Opportunities and Perils of Data Science."
- — Jessica Kahn (@jessmkahn)Wed, Apr 05 2017 15:18:15Challenges of ML: Kids in Mountain View get self driving cars to stop with handheld stop signs -Alfred Spector CTO of Two Sigma #cudata 😂
- — Susan E. McGregor (@SusanEMcG)Wed, Apr 05 2017 16:16:09
- The third series of talks focused on patient-driven health care, with Columbia Medical Center's Kenrick Cato, Noemie Elhadad and Ken Cheung. Columbia Engineering's Itsik Pe'er moderated.
- The last series of talks focused on the sharing economy with Columbia Engineering's Sharon Di, Columbia Business School's Costis Maglaras and Columbia Law School's Eric Talley. CBS's Paul Glasserman moderated.
- After the talks, demos! Check out the full list of projects.