Intentional Analytics: Ethical Considerations for Public Sector Algorithms

May 8, 2018 · Brooklyn, United States of America

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A MODA representative, computer science ethics expert, and a criminal justice advocate should share tactics for evaluating whether the “automated decision systems” – or algorithms aiding decisionmaking – used by the City are explainable, fair, and equitable. A press release announcing the Automated Decision Systems Task Force is coming later in April and its first official meeting in mid-May. This workshop would be one of the first times City officials come together with advocates to discuss these topics.


Craig Campbell
Special Advisor, Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics

Craig Campbell is a Special Advisor at the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics, where he develops and implements policy and strategic communications for the NYC Analytics and NYC Open Data programs. Prior to working in local government, Craig researched trends in municipal data analytics and government technology at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he supported a variety of national policy networks and research programs at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Craig holds a degree in architecture and mathematics from Amherst College.

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