Talks & Discussions

Predictive Policing and Machine Learning | Skoll Foundation

11 Minutes with Megan Price | April 2018

Understanding Mass Violence with Data and Statistics | Linux Foundation

24 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Human Rights in Post-Truth World: The Statistician’s Mission | Founders Pledge

13 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Machine Learning for Human Rights Advocacy | O’Reilly

2 Minutes | with Megan Price

Machine Learning – Perspectives on Fraud | Notre Dame Business

25 Minutes | with Kristian Lum

Using Data to Prosecute Genocide | New America

18 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Reduplicating Databases of Deaths in War” | The Isaac Newton Institute

30 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

In-Depth + Technical Videos

Using the Python Data Science Stack for Human Rights | PyData

38 Minutes | with Megan Price

Principled Data Processing | Data & Society Research Institute

58 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Predictive Policing | Data & Society Research Institute

56 Minutes | with Kristian Lum

Understanding Patterns of Mass Violence with Data and Statistics | Watson Institute

92 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Estadística en Procesos de Verdad y Justicia | Data Cívica

82 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

How Machine Learning Helps Count Casualties in Syria | Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science

51 Minutes | with Megan Price

Understanding Patterns of Mass Violence with Data and Statistics | Data & Society

66 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Tyranny of the Algorithm? Predictive Analytics & Human Rights | NYU School of Law

87 Minutes | with Patrick Ball & Kristian Lum

Applications of Science and Technology to Prevent Mass Atrocities | Tech Challenge Award Winner Discussion

51 Minutes | with Patrick Ball

Solving for X: How Numbers Matter in the Fight for Human Rights | Documentary

70 Minutes | directed by Theo Lipfert

Podcasts

The State of Human Rights in the Pandemic | Stats + Stories, Episode 151 | Megan Price and Maria Gargiulo |2020 (27 minutes)

Risk Assessment Biases | Stats + Stories, Episode 147 | Tarak Shah |2020 (28 minutes)

Lifelong curiosity and Criminal Justice Reform through data | Origins, Episode 19  | Kristian Lum | 2020 (52 minutes)

Multiple Systems Estimations Explained | Stats + Stories, Episode 84  | Megan Price | 2019 (7 minutes)

Applying Data Analysis to Human Rights Investigations | Heinz Radio | Patrick Ball | 2019 (24 minutes)

Data Science and the Fight for Human Rights | Women in Data Science , Episode 6 | Megan Price | 2018 (46 minutes)

Using Statistics to Advance Social Justice & Human Rights | Experian Data Talk | Megan Price | 2018 (32 minutes)

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