CSE 491: Data Science and Society, Winter 2017
Location: ARC 147
|CSE Home||About Us||Search||Contact Info|
Grading: There will be no exams nor homework assignments. After each seminar, we will ask you to fill out a short, online quiz to demonstrate your understanding of the material. Links to the quizzes are posted below the schedule. The seminar is graded credit/no-credit.
Important: The seminar starts on January 26th
Note that this schedule is subject to change, so please check it before coming to the seminar each week.
|January 26th||Introduction to Data Science [Slides]||Prof. Jevin West||Information School|
|February 2nd||Data Science, Demography and Social Media: Challenges and Opportunities [Slides]||Prof. Emilio Zagheni||Dept. of Sociology|
|February 9th||Data, Responsibly: The Next Decade of Data Science||Prof. Bill Howe||Information School|
|February 16th||Promise and Perils of Data Science in the Wild [Slides]||Anissa Tanweer and Brittany Fiore-Gartland||Dept of Communication|
|February 23rd||Designing AI systems that obey our laws and values [SLIDES]||Prof. Oren Etzioni||CEO of the Allen Institute for AI (AI2) and Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering|
|March 2nd||Reproducibility: failures and futures [SLIDES]||Prof. David Beck||Dept. of Chemical Engineering and eScience Institute|
|March 9th||Privacy and security for medical records||Prof. Bing Brunton||Dept. of Biology|
This seminar is offered jointly with the eScience Community Seminar.
* Subscription: If you are registered for this class, your email address @u.washington.edu will automatically be added to the class mailing list (refreshed daily). You can setup a forward address at myuw.washington.edu or change your subscription address here.
* Archive: You can access the archive for the class mailing list HERE.
Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2350
(206) 543-1695 voice, (206) 543-2969 FAX