Data Citizens: A Distinguished Lecture Series 

Data Citizens: A Distinguished Lecture Series 

Data Citizens is a series of panels and in-depth talks given by top-level experts in data science, including data visualization, big data, artificial intelligence, and predictive analytics in a wide variety of fields.  Subjects discussed include psychology, climate change, healthcare and medicine, art, neuroscience, ethics, and many more. 

Upcoming Sessions 

Santiago Ortiz, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

TBA September 2021 Santiago Ortiz  |  moebio.com

“Humans and Data”

 

Past Sessions 

Marjorie McShane, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

May 20, 2021 Marjorie McShane

“Toward Broad and Deep Language Understanding for Intelligent Systems”

Nilam Ram, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

May 6, 2021 Nilam Ram

“Screenomics: A New Venue for Discovering the Dynamics of Digital Life”

Sheldon Brown, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

March 11, 2021 Sheldon Brown

“The Fiction Science of AI”

Robert Atlas, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

February 10, 2021 Robert Atlas

“Modeling and Simulation for Reducing the Risks Associated with Extreme Weather”

Deborah Stone, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

December 10, 2020 Deborah Stone

“There’s No Such Thing as a Raw Number”

Mira Marcus-Kalish, speaker, Data Citizens distinguished lecture series, University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing

November 23, 2020 Mira Marcus-Kalish

“Medical Informatics—Promise and Barriers towards Precise Medicine”