Join us to hear from researchers studying Big Data about how they respond to the question of how algorithmic systems support emergent understandings of “the human,” “the social,” and conceptions of “the ethical.” Our workshop will engage pressing questions of data ethics by critically assessing large-scale information systems and forms of algorithmic reasoning. Panelists include Erin McElroy (postdoctoral researcher at AI Now), Sareeta Amrute (Director of Research at Data and Society), Gaymon Bennett (Associate Professor of Religion, Science, and Technology at Arizona State University), and Shrerash Kelkar (Interpretive Social Scientist at UC Berkeley).

Friday, March 20th | 10am-4:30pm | Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room

Saturday, March 21st| 9am-2pm | Rotunda Dome Room