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2019 Warren Center Meet and Greet

May 15, 2019 at 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM

1:00-1:20pm- Coffee and Snacks

1:20-1:30pm- Michael Kearns, Opening Remarks

1:30-1:40pm- Victor Amelkin, “Strategic Formation and Resilience of Supply Chain Networks”

1:40-1:50pm- Tom Baker, “Cyber Insurance”

1:50-2:00pm- Bhuvnesh Jain, “Black Holes and Other Dark Matters”

2:00-2:10pm- Aaron Roth, “Individual Statistical Fairness in Machine Learning”

2:10-2:20pm- Matt Killingsworth, “Human Happiness in High Resolution”

2:20-2:30pm- Hamsa Bastani, “Mitigating Environmental and Social Harm through Transshipment Bans”

2:30-2:40pm- Amit Gandhi, “Machine Learning of Optimal Instruments for Causal Inference”

2:40-2:50pm- Damon Centola, “Network Dynamics of Category Formation”

2:50-3:10pm- Coffee Break

3:10-3:20pm- Michael Kearns, “Behavioral Experiments in Subjective Fairness”

3:20-3:30pm- Jason Moore, “Accessible AI for Data Science”

3:30-3:40pm- Richard Berk, “Almost Politically Correct Criminal Justice Risk Assessment”

3:40-3:50pm- Chris Callison-Burch, “A Data-Driven Analysis of Workers’ Earnings on Amazon Mechanical Turk”

3:50-4:00pm- Ron Berman, “Profit Maximizing A/B Tests”

4:00-4:10pm- Brett Hemenway, “Securely Computing Statistics on Federated Data Sets”

4:10-4:20pm- Cyrille Doux, “Is It Two Galaxies or One? Deep Galaxy Surveys and Bayesian Neural Networks”

4:20-4:30pm- George Mailath, “The Wisdom of the Confused Crowd: Model-Based Inference”

4:30pm- Reception

Details

Date:
May 15, 2019
Time:
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Website:
https://warrencenter.upenn.edu/events/warren-center-meet-and-greet-2019/

Organizer

The Warren Center
Phone:
215-573-0861
Email:
Lhoot@seas.upenn.edu
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Venue

Room 401B, 3401 Walnut
3401 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104 United States
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