The (virtual) JSM 2020 kicks off this weekend, and as always, there are some great events on the schedule. In this entry, we begin by enumerating some sessions that are relevant to data ethics, then close with some other sessions that we suspect may be of interest to those teaching statistics and data science courses.
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Ethics-related sessions Ethical Academic Collaboration from the Outside In: Invited Poster (Sunday, August 2nd 12:30-3:30pm) Weapons of Math Destruction: panel discussion (Monday, August 3rd 10:00am-11:50pm) Doing Social Justice: Turning Talk into Action in a Statistics Service-Learning Course: Topic Contributed talk (Monday, August 3rd: 1:00-2:50pm) Assessing Racial and Ethnic Fairness of a Suicide Risk Prediction Model: Invited talk (Tuesday, August 4th 10:00-11:50am) Detecting Undercompensated Groups in Plan Payment Risk Adjustment: Invited talk (Tuesday, August 4th 10:00-11:50am) Ethics and Data Science: Roundtable session (Tuesday, August 4th 12:00-1:00pm) Experimental Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Human Decision Making: Application to Pretrial Risk Assessment Instrument: Invited talk (Tuesday, August 4th 1:00-2:50pm) Privatization of Data and Data Privacy: Local Data Flows: Topic Contributed talk (Tuesday, August 4th 1:00-2:50pm) Cocreating and Recreating an Inclusive Statistical and Data Sciences Program at Smith College: Topic Contributed talk (Tuesday, August 4th 1:00-2:50 PM) Assessing Risk Assessment in San Francisco: Invited talk (Wednesday, August 5th 10:00-11:50am) Teaching Ethics to Econometrics Students: Contributed talk (Wednesday, August 5th 10:00am-2:00pm) The Need for Interpretable and Fair Algorithms in Health Care and Policy: Invited talk (Wednesday, August 5th 1:00-2:50pm) Teaching with Data for the Public Good: Inside-Out Statistics: Teaching Evidence-Based Reasoning in Introductory Courses, Who’s Underrepresented?
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