Carolyn Parkinson, whose work combines neuroimaging and network analysis, is coming to IU on March 2. This talk is part of the Cognitive Science Colloquium Series.
Not being properly represented in the training data comes at a cost to the under-sampled majority when machine learning algorithms are used to aid human decision-makers. Tina Eliassi-Rad will discuss our null model for fairness and demonstrate how to use deviations from this null model to measure favoritism and prejudice in the data.
This talk is part of the Data Science Invited Talk Series. You can find additional information here: https://bit.ly/37mehib
Dr. Richard Benton is an Assistant Professor in the School of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois. This workshop is part of the Social Science Research Commons Workshop in Methods series. You can find more info here: https://events.iu.edu/ssrc/view/event/event_id/103405
IUNI and NetSI (Northeastern University) will co-host the 2020 Summer Institute in Network Science and its Applications (SINSA 2020) in Boston, Mass. The two-week institute will cover both the fundamentals and specific applications of network science theories and methods and feature 16 distinguished instructors.