A new study by IDSS Interim Director Noelle Selin, TPP alum Paul Picciano, and SES alum Minghao Qiu finds that climate policy alone cannot meaningfully reduce racial/economic disparities in air pollution exposure.
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Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) is committed to addressing complex societal challenges by advancing education and research at the intersection of statistics, data science, information and decision systems, and social sciences.
The 27 finalists include many IDSS faculty and research within the IDSS Initiative on Combatting Systemic Racism.
Schmidt Center researchers including senior author and IDSS core faculty Caroline Uhler have found a way to improve kernel methods, which are a simpler alternative to neural networks, for biomedical applications.
In an interview, IDSS core faculty Daron Acemoğlu dives into the question of whether Silicon Valley is plunging humanity into destitution.