Congratulations to CRCS Postdoc Maia Jacobs, who will be starting as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University next year. Maia, we are so proud of you!
The Harvard CRCS Workshop on AI for Social Impact was a two-day event for junior researchers featuring talks and panel discussions from leaders in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Public Health, and Conservation who are actively engaged in deployed interdisciplinary AI research across the globe. We heard from PhD students and Postdoctoral scholars whose research is related to emerging or deployed applications of AI for Social Impact. Over the course of two days, attendees had the opportunity to hear from our keynote speakers from cross-cutting...
CRCS Postdoctoral Fellow Berk Ustun has had a paper accepted at the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2018). This is Ustun's first paper published in conjunction with his collaborators at Harvard. Congratulations, Berk!
On the Direction of Discrimination: An Information-Theoretic Analysis of Disparate Impact in Machine Learning. Hao Wang, Berk Ustun, and Flavio P. Calmon. ISIT 2018. ...
Please join CRCS on Monday, December 11th, 2017, 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM EST, for a workshop on "Privacy Tools for Data Sharing: Lessons Learned and Directions Forward."
Spring 2018 marks the end of an interdisciplinary, 5-year NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Frontier Project “Privacy Tools for Sharing Research Data” at Harvard University. This one-day workshop will bring past and present project participants together with potential users of privacy tools from academia, government, and industry to examine the goals and accomplishments of the project (including...
HCRCSOn 07/20-21, CRCS will host a virtual workshop on #AIforSocialGood, for researchers and practitioners across a range of application domains.
we encourage submissions from epidemiologists and health policy researchers!
Submission deadline: 06/05