Advancing a More Just and Humane Society
Scholars Call for the Urgent Need for Ethics and Regulation at the Data-Society Interface
“Emerging Directions in the Data-Society Interface,” co-authored by Associate Professor Nicole P. Marwell, pulls together information from different scholarly fields to illuminate key issues posed by the use of data, and aims to spark a public dialogue around the use of data and its implications for privacy, analytic interpretability, and fairness.
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