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Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Justice Roundtable
Hey all - Public Knowledge is having a roundtable on artificial intelligence and criminal justice. The event will be held on January 29 from 9:30am - 12:00pm at New Venture Fund (1201 Connecticut Ave NW #300)

Conversation will focus on the effect AI has already had on criminal justice, and what may be yet to come. We will also discuss the ways judicial processes using AI are affected by transparency, bias, trade secrets, self-fulfilling prophecies, and protective orders in discovery. This will be an opportunity to analyze the steps creators and politicians have taken to protect the public from malignant systems, and what should be done to ensure that future use of AI is in the public interest.

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State of the Net Conference 2018 Tickets, Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 8:00 AM | Eventbrite
Hello D&amp;S Friends - I just got a code for comped tickets to The State of The Net Conference on Monday January 29th in DC. If you don't know it, It's a one-day tech policy conference that does a very good job of getting tech thinkers in front of House and Senate members and their staff and getting them to think about social and technical implications of current and newer technologies. <> ping me if you want the code.
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Learning To Teach Reception Tickets, Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 5:00 PM | Eventbrite
Hi all. I want to remind - and invite you - to Learning to Teach conference reception tonight between 5-7pm at D&amp;S. The idea is to invite the conference speakers and community leaders in Art &amp; Code education to hang out and connect with D&amp;S cohort. Also, my favorite chef will be catering. So, please join us if you have some free time.
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Who are you, and what do you do?
My name is Jaiden Mispy! I'm the lead developer for Our World in Data, a project at the University of Oxford which explores the quantitative side of human history. We cover many different subjects, especially big global changes like child mortality rates, population growth or life expectancy.
My role is to make the work of our research team easier by automating tasks for them wherever possible. Having your main users also be your coworkers is a satisfying position to be in as a programmer, and everyone is super nice to me! I'd love to see more of these tech-academia collaborations happen.
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