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A virus of human bodies

As coronavirus necessitates more private-public partnerships, it’s time to confront the trust crisis

On the precipice of what many worry could mark a new era of mass surveillance, the coronavirus response could be a watershed moment in the responsible use of private data for public good.

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Understanding Learning by Modeling Learning Curve Data
- Prof. Ken Koedinger

Disinformation One Month from the Election

Critical Considerations for Restarting a More Resilient and Robust US Economy Post COVID-19

Reskilling and the Future of Work
- Dean Ramayya Krishnan


Equitable Algorithms: Examining Ways to Reduce AI Bias in Financial Services
- Prof. Rayid Ghani


AI & Society: A Microcourse
- Prof. Molly Wright Steenson

The Ethics of AI in Business
- Prof. Tae-Wan Kim

Data Science for Social Good & Public Policy
- Prof. Rayid Ghani

World Artificial Intelligence Conference Keynote Address
- Prof. Tom Mitchell

Harnessing AI to enhance team performance
- Prof. Anita Williams Woolley


Data-driven Government Action for Social Good
- Prof. Amelia Haviland


The Social and Ethical Considerations of Using Artificial Intelligence
- Prof. Alex John London


The Social and Ethical Considerations of Using Artificial Intelligence
- Prof. Alex John London


AI, When the Stakes Are High
- Prof. Amelia Haviland

Can AI Make Education Great Again?
- Prof. Lee Branstetter

How AI Changes Work and What We Should Do About It
- Prof. Tom Mitchell


AI and the Future of Work
- Prof. Tom Mitchell


Mind + Machine
- Dean Ramayya Krishnan


Does Technology Kill Jobs?
- Prof. Lee Branstetter


Using AI in Education to Reduce Inequality
- Prof. Amy Ogan

Ethics and Trust in an Automated World
- Prof. David Danks