A community network for academic data science leaders, practitioners, and educators
The Academic Data Science Alliance (ADSA) builds communities of academic data science leaders, practitioners, and educators, and academic-adjacent colleagues, to thoughtfully integrate data science best practices in higher education. Our members connect and share their data-intensive approaches and responsible applications. Learn more!
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DataKind is conducting a global survey to better understand the Data for Good (D4G) Community. - DataKind, Shanna Lee. "The D4G movement is broadly understood as the application of data science, machine learning and AI approaches to address a range of high-impact social issues."
3 Proposals to Change How We Teach Computing In Order to Reduce Inequality - Communications of the ACM, Blog@CACM, Mark Guzdial. "The pandemic makes this change more urgent. Teaching on-line will likely hurt our students with the least preparation..."
Reliance on Observational Data Could Hinder Discovery of Evidence-Based Treatments - Duke University, Duke Clinical Research Institute. "Even in the midst of a global pandemic, taking the time to conduct randomized controlled trials is the most rigorous way to build evidence for potential treatments..."
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