SES student Eaman Jahani joined over 100 researchers, including IDSS professor Sandy Pentland, on a mass collaborative study showing that the machine learning techniques used to predict outcomes from large datasets may fall short when projecting the outcomes of people’s lives.READ MORE
Ian Schneider's successful defense of his dissertation 'Market Design Opportunities for an Evolving Power System' marks the first defense for the Social & Engineering Systems PhD program.READ MORE
Second annual Hammer luncheon brings together first and second year fellows, grad students and postdocs, IDSS faculty and staff, and Phyllis Hammer, whose gift in memory of her late husband established the Fellowship.READ MORE
Interdisciplinary teams propose creative policy solutions that address societal challenges at a unique event run by students from TPP and IDSS.READ MORE
IDSS co-hosted WiDS Cambridge, a daylong conference connecting women data scientists across academia and industry.
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Social and Engineering Systems (SES) student Marie Charpignon and Technology and Policy Program (TPP) student Manon Revel presented research that uses computational tools at last week's celebration for the new Schwarzman College of Computing.READ MORE