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SESSION 1 - Social, Cultural & Ethical Dimensions of "Big Data"

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Published on Mar 21, 2014

On March 17, 2014, the Data & Society Research Institute, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and New York University's Information Law Institute co-hosted an event entitled "The Social, Cultural, & Ethical Dimensions of 'Big Data.'"

The first session began with comments from danah boyd (Data & Society Research Institute; Microsoft Research). John Podesta (White House) opened the morning with remarks and a discussion [11:07], which was followed by short talks from:
* Tim Hwang, "On Cognitive Security" [48:56];
* Nick Grossman, "Regulation 2.0" [54:34];
* Nuala O'Connor, "The Digital Self & Technology in Daily Life" [1:02:48];
* Alex Howard, "Data Journalism in the Second Machine Age" [1:07:55];
* Mark Latonero, "Big Data and Human Trafficking" [1:14:40];
* Corrine Yu, "Civil Rights Principles for the Era of Big Data" [1:20:43]; and
* Natasha Schüll, "Tracking for Profit; Tracking for Protection" [1:27:04].

More information: http://www.datasociety.net/initiative...

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