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How can we do good science with models? - 3 March 2021

How can we do good science with models?
Wednesday 3 March 2021, 11.00-11.10am
Hosted by LSE Festival: Shaping the Post-COVID world

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Speaker: Dr Erica Thompson, Senior Policy Fellow in Ethics of Modelling and Simulation, Data Science Institute

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LSE SU Data Science Weekend - 27-28 February 2021

LSE SU Data Science Weekend - Navigating a Data-Centric World
Saturday 27 February - Sunday 28 February 2021
10.00am-6.00pm

LSESU Data Science Weekend

LSESU Data Science Society hosted its flagship event: “Data Science Weekend - Navigating a Data-Centric World”.

The LSE Data Science Institute was pleased to support this two-day event, which included an Opening Keynote by DSI Director, Professor Ken Benoit, panel discussions by data scientists from the finance and consulting industries, beginner-friendly workshops and a 24-hour data science challenge open to all skill-levels.

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Building Resilience Through Data Centricity - 2 February 2021

Building Resilience Through Data Centricity
Tuesday 2 February 2021, 2.00pm to 3.00pm
Hosted by the Data Science Institute

The DSI was honoured to host this fireside chat with Jacky Wright as our first online public event.

Jacky Wright


Speaker: Jacky Wright
, Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US

Chair: Professor Ken Benoit, Director of the LSE Data Science Institute

More information here
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DSI Launch Event 2021

Information coming soon.

Data Science Seminar Series

Don't miss:

'Negotiating with AI: Fairness in the Labor Market' - 7 April 2021, 3.00-4.00pm (UK)

Christo Wilson
Professor Christo Wilson
Associate Professor in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences, Northeastern University  

See details of the seminar series here.

 

Previous Events

See the data science events from the precursor to the DSI, the Social and Economic Data Science (SEDS) unit.