Of prediction and policy Aug 20th 2016 Read full article here.
Building Better Early Intervention Systems Crystal Cody, Estella Patterson, Jennifer Helsby, Samuel Carton, Kenneth Joseph, Ayesha Mahmud, Youngsoo Park, Joe Walsh, Lauren Haynes, Rayid Ghani, and Kerr Putney Read full article here.
“Big Data and Social Science: A Practical Guide to Methods and Tools,” edited by Ian Foster, Rayid Ghani, Ron S. Jarmin, Frauke Kreuter and Julia Lane, has been published by CRC press.
U. of C. researchers use data to predict police misconduct. Read full story here.
Sloan Grant Supports Construction of Powerful New Labor Database The internet and other advanced technologies have enabled more data collection than ever before on the United States economy and labor market. But because these datasets are largely sequestered between public resources from government agencies and private repositories kept by companies, economists cannot easily access the […]
FiveThirtyEight.com investigates what sets DSaPP’s police early warning system apart from the rest of the predictive systems on the market. Check out the full story here.
The Charlotte Observer wrote up our work with the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department. Read all about the partnership here.
DSaPP Director Rayid Ghani talks about our work with predictive analytics and city agencies. Our projects on preventing lead poisoning and predicting adverse police/public interactions are both featured. Check out the full article, “Grounding AI: Artificial Intelligence is Closer — and Less Awesome — than Most Realize,” in Government Technology.
Joe Walsh, DSaPP Senior Researcher, along with Eugenia Giraudy and Matthew Burgess, DSSG 2015 Fellows, will present their work on the Legislative Influence Detector (LID) at SXSW this March. The panel, “Using Data Science to Catch Legislators in the Act,” will be on March 12th. Additional information is available here.