On 30 November, Big Data Alliance hosted a member meeting on ‘Ethics in Data Science’.
The event was attended by almost 60 people from academia and industry who listened to keynotes about the Ethics of Computing and how to avoid unfair conclusions even if they are true.
After a brief session where the results of the BDA in past months were discussed, the program shifted towards the presentations.
We would like to thank everyone who attended the meeting, the speakers and Startup Village for hosting us! You can find the presentations below:
- Opening BDA member meeting November 30 by Alexander Rinnooy Kan
- Presentation Bernd Stahl: ‘“The ethics of computing: A survey of the computer-oriented literature”
- Presentation Maurits Kaptein: “Data Science without prejudice: How to avoid unfair conclusions even if they are true?” (no sheets available)
- Presentation Jack van Wijk: “Data visualization for transparency”.