WEBCAST TODAY: Social, Cultural & Ethical Dimensions Of #BigData @data_society @nyulaw @whitehouseostp @zephoria #datasociety

Data & Society Today, Monday March 17 2014, at 5.30pm EDT, the Data & Society Research Institute, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and New York University’s Information Law Institute will be co-hosting a public event entitled The Social, Cultural, & Ethical Dimensions of “Big Data.” at NYU Law School. The purpose of this event, organized by danah boyd, is to convene key stakeholders and thought leaders from across academia, government, industry, and civil society to examine the social, cultural, and ethical implications of “big data,” with an eye to both the challenges and opportunities presented by the phenomenon. Speakers include danah boyd, Kate Crawford (Microsoft Research and MIT), Steven Hodas (NYC Department of Education), Alondra Nelson (Columbia University), and Shamina Singh (MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth). Anil Dash (ThinkUp / Activate) will moderate the panel. The event will be webcast live.

What: The Social, Cultural, & Ethical Dimensions of “Big Data.”
Where: NYU School of Law, NYC
When: Monday March 17 2014 5.30pm EDT | 2115 UTC
Webcast: http://www.datasociety.net/updates/featured/2014/03/social-cultural-ethical-dimensions-of-big-data/
Twitter: #bigdata | #datasociety | #bigdataprivacy