2024 ADSA Annual Meeting

Oct. 29-31, 2024 - Ann Arbor, Michigan

Shaping the future of responsible, ethical Data Science in teaching and research.

Announcing the Call for Session Proposals! 

This year's Annual Meeting theme is:
Data Science and AI - Keeping Humans in the Loop

Data has become the essential building block for research and insight in nearly all fields. The next wave of emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI), is fueled by the unprecedented amount and variety of available data. Data and data-enabled technologies promise to reshape research and discovery, as well as how we live and how society functions. ADSA’24, hosted by the Michigan Institute for Data Science, will draw our focus to humanity in data and AI - humans as data producers and data engineers, humans as AI designers and developers, humans represented in data, and humans as data and AI users and as the beneficiaries or victims of data and AI. We will explore the central role of humans in the data and AI revolution: to maximize its benefits for research and innovation;  to ensure that the use of data and technologies and the insights they generate are aligned with our values and priorities; and to ensure that the future workforce are prepared to continue discovery and innovation.

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2024 ADSA Annual Meeting Program Committee

Jing Liu (PC Chair)

Jing Liu (PC Chair)

University of Michigan

Executive Director of the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS)

Eke Agbai

Eke Agbai

Howard University

Graduate Student in Data Science and Analytics

Peter Alonzi

Peter Alonzi

University of Virginia

Assistant Professor in the School of Data Science

Meg Blume-Kohout

Meg Blume-Kohout

Gettysburg College

Assistant Professor of Economics

Rishabh Goel

Rishabh Goel

GEn1E Lifesciences

Biomedical Data Scientist

James B. Harr III

James B. Harr III

Christian Brothers University/North Carolina State University

Assistant Professor of Literature and Languages

Emmy Tither

Emmy Tither

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

PhD Student in Informatics