Partners for Our Children


Predictive analytics forum grapples with issues related to transparency, accountability and fairness

On June 7th Partners for Our Children was delighted to convene and host Making Sense of Predcitive Analytics: Implications for Public Policy.  The two hour forum featured distiguished speakers from academia, practice and the law and included Alexandra Chouldechov (via teleconference) , Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Bill Howe, Associate Professor, Information School, University of Washington; Shankar Narayan, Technology and Liberty Project Director, ACLU-WA;  Emily Putnam-Hornstein (via teleconference) , Associate Professor, University of Southern California, and Susan Smith, Senior Director, Data Advocacy, Casey Family Programs.  Joe Mienko, Acting Director of Data Science, at Partners for Our Children moderated the dynamic conversation.  

If you missed the day and would like to hear the forum, click here. Unfortunately we had some video problems, and you will be able to see the people who were on teleconference but not those who were in person.