Post written by an S&DS150 student! 77% of the United States population used social media in 2018 . The largest social media platform, Facebook, thus holds an enormous amount of data. Not only does Facebook have data from its users’ profiles, it also has data on their private messages, who they interact with, how long they … Continue reading What Responsibilities Does Facebook Have With Our Private Data?
The practice of data science, unlike biomedical research, has no clearly demarcated standards for adequate consent and transparency. As our early class discussions have illustrated, it can be hard to determine under which circumstances consent should be required in such a rapidly evolving field. Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), implemented in 2018, provides the … Continue reading Privacy Wars Fueled by the GDPR — by Will Horvath
The Data Science Ethics course kicked off this week, and it has been a blast to get started! Our course roster is near finalized to a small select group of about 15 students who will deep dive into a variety of topics around data science ethics (see the syllabus and schedule for more info). The … Continue reading Introductions
Here are a few of my favorite short videos for you to get inspired about the topics we will be grappling with this semester! The Truth About Algorithms | Cathy O'Neil AI, Ain't I A Woman? - Joy Buolamwini The Ethics of Data - Personal Data & Privacy The Ethics of Data Science: Man and … Continue reading Can’t wait to get started?
Thanks for joining me! If you are interested in registering for the course (open only to Yale students), please take a look at the syllabus and fill out the following form by Tuesday, Jan 15th at 5pm: https://goo.gl/forms/WvChom5rMv64SOLu1 “By far, the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand … Continue reading The Journey Begins