TDAI Speaker Series: Brice Acree Memorial Lecture with David Lazer 11/19

TDAI’s new Speaker Series features robust discussions around diverse issues in data analytics with TDAI innovators and leading data experts from around the globe, from ethical data use to racial bias to environmental governance. Get more info on future dates and speakers here.

November 19, 2020

 

Brice Acree Memorial Lecture, presented in partnership with the Department of Political Science

This lecture commemorates the passing of Political Science and TDAI faculty member, Brice Acree on November 11, 2019.

Dr. David Lazer is a distinguished professor of political science and computer and information science at Northeastern University. His research is focused on the nexus of network science, computational social science, and collaborative intelligence.
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