55 results for author: Christine Grillo
Michelle spent a weekend in Toronto, Canada, reaching out to the community at TamilFest, where she and a colleague invited people to sit down and talk.
The report tries to answer the question of whether a particular risk assessment model reinforces racial inequalities in the criminal justice system.
HRDAG analysis shows that the government figures are a gross underestimation of the drug-related killings in the Philippines.
We’re pleased to announce that Camille Fassett has joined our team as our new data science fellow.
We’re happy to announce that Trina Reynolds-Tyler is working with HRDAG this summer as a Human Rights Intern.
HRDAG is joining Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society (PAI).
The primer addresses what pretrial risk assessment is and what the research supports.
Margot is a professor in the Department of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University, interested in computer simulation and mathematical analysis of engineering processes.
HRDAG has published a report about the 500 Tamils who disappeared while in Army custody in Sri Lanka in 2009.
Shemika Lamare has joined the HRDAG team as our new data science fellow.
We're thrilled to announce that Tarak Shah has joined our team as our new data scientist.
On October 23, 2018, Patrick Ball keynoted at the Open Source Summit in Edinburgh, Scotland.
On September 7, 2018, Kristian Lum and Patrick Ball participated in a panel at Disrupt San Francisco by TechCrunch. The talk was titled "Dismantling Algorithmic Bias." Brian Brackeen of Kairos was part of the panel as well, and the talk was moderated by TechCrunch reporter Megan Rose Dickey. From the TechCrunch website, "Disrupt is a 3-day conference focused on breaking technology news and developments with big-name thought leaders who are making waves in the industry." Video of the talk is available here, and Megan Rose Dickey's coverage is here.
The interview poses questions about Lum's focus on artificial intelligence and its impact on predictive policing and sentencing programs.
Illuminating Data's Dark Side: Big data create conveniences, but we must consider who designs these tools, who benefits from them, and who is left out of the equation.
Patrick Ball keynoted the Data Science Symposium at Vanderbilt University.
HRDAG analysis presented by Patrick found that 5 percent of the indigenous Maya Ixil population was killed in a 15-month period.
Kristian Lum spoke about "Understanding the Context and Consequences of Pre-Trial Detention" at the Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAT*).
How might we learn what we don’t know? HRDAG associate Christine Grillo hits the wayback machine and recalls her first exposure to People Against Bad Things, ideas about bias and correlation versus causation, and truth.