Datified Personae: Recognition and the Splintered Self: Social Justice for Data Science

The Social Justice for Data Science Lecture Series, hosted by the Faculty of Computing and Data Sciences, brings together leading scholars in law, computer science, humanities, and social science to examine the current state of data science and social justice. Datified Personae: Recognition and the Splintered Self Presenter: Patricia Williams, University Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities, Director of Law, Technology & Ethics Initiatives, Northeastern University

When 4:30 pm to 6:15 pm on Monday, October 16, 2023
Building CDS, 665 Commonwealth Ave
Room 1750
Contact Name Charles McGinn
Contact Email mcginnc@bu.edu
Contact Organization CDS
Fees Free
Speakers Allison McDonald, Patricia Williams