The MIT Sports Lab invites you to the MIT Sports Summit 2021, a virtual event hosted on Thursday, Feb. 4th and Friday, Feb. 5th! It is an opportunity for the MIT community to interface with the Sports Lab’s affiliates and partners, sharing advances, challenges, and passions at the intersection of engineering and sports. We are featuring talks from leaders in industry and academia, as well as interactive sessions showcasing student research posters and sports tech startups. This is an invitation-only event for current MIT community…
For the fifth year in a row, Harvard, MIT, Microsoft Research New England, and Broad Institute are proud to collaborate with Stanford University to bring the Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference to Cambridge, Massachusetts. This virtual, one-day technical conference will feature an all-female line up of speakers from academia and industry to talk about the latest data science-related research in a number of domains, to learn how leading-edge companies are leveraging data science for success, and to connect with potential mentors, collaborators,…
The potential of AI to bring equity in healthcare has spurred significant research efforts across academia, industry and government. Racial, gender and socio-economic disparities have traditionally afflicted healthcare systems in ways that are difficult to detect and quantify. New AI technologies, however, provide a platform for change.
The Paths from Research to Impact workshop brings together a breadth of experts to highlight how data-driven research on COVID-19 has informed policy decisions and impacted the pandemic response on both local and global scales.
- Opening Remarks Dean Melissa Nobles, Dean Dan Huttenlocher Encoding Race and Structural Racism: Philosophical Perspectives Arden Ali, Sally Haslanger, Jerome Hodges, Lily Hu Data, Computation, and Racial Capitalism Jason Jackson - Event open only to the MIT Community. For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.icsr.mit.edu/
The symposium is the first public event of the AI Policy Forum (AIPF), a new global effort launched in 2020 designed to connect high-level principles of AI policy with the practice and trade-offs of governing
- Race and Policing Asya Magazinnik Work in Progress presentation by Devavrat Shah's research group on Race and Policing - Event open only to the MIT Community. For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.icsr.mit.edu/
- Making, Unmaking, and Hacking Race and Data: Views from Anthropology Héctor Beltrán, Beth Semel, Marc Aidinoff, Stefan Helmreich, Heather Paxson A Computational Media-based Approach to Supporting Antiracism and the Social Good D. Fox Harrell, Danielle M. Olson - Event open only to the MIT Community. For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.icsr.mit.edu/
- Systemic Racism and the Administration of Elections in the United States Charles Stewart III Work in Progress presentation by IDSS research group on Race and Social Media - Event open only to the MIT Community. For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.icsr.mit.edu/
- Race and Health Jasmine English, Fotini Christia, Evan Lieberman Work in Progress presentation by Marzyeh Ghassemi on Race and Health - Event open only to the MIT Community. For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.icsr.mit.edu/