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2017 I/S Symposium – Predictive Analytics, Law, and Policy: Mapping the Terrain

March 24, 2017 | Multimedia

The “big data” phenomenon holds forth the promise of unleashing great social advances. It also raises important challenges to privacy, fairness, and social trust. This is giving rise to a new field of law and policy studies aimed at maximizing the social value of big data while minimizing its associated risks. The 2017 I/S symposium, “Predictive Analytics, Law, and Policy: Mapping the Terrain,” brought leading scholars together to start laying out something of an intellectual roadmap for this emerging field. It was the journal’s first annual symposium co-sponsored by the College of Law’s new Program on Data and Governance. Below is a series of audio recordings from the event.

Panel: Predictive Analytics: Cross-Cutting Issues of Policy

Panel: Predictive Analytics: Cross-Cutting Issues of Law

Keynote Talk—The New World of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: A Field Guide

Panel: Predictive Analytics: Challenging Issues in Specific Private Sector Contexts

Panel: Predictive Analytics: Challenging Issues in Specific Public Sector Contexts