Big Data Winner and Losers: The Ethics of Algorithms

October 21, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Big Data Winner and Losers: The Ethics of Algorithms

Speaker Bennett BordEN

(1 CRM and IGP credit)

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Analytic models are playing an increasing role in the development, delivery and availability of goods and services. Who gets access to which goods or services and at what price are increasingly influenced by algorithms.  This may not matter when we’re talking about a $0.25 coupon for a candy bar, but what about public goods and services like education, healthcare, and energy distribution? What about predicting who will get a job or how we will police our society? And what happens when algorithms are used to attack societal foundations like elections?  In this session, we will explore the socioeconomic impact of algorithms, the ethics of big data, and how to work ethics into our analytics projects

 

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Speaker Bennett Borden, Esq.
is Partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.
Dana C. Moore, IGP, CEDS

Bennett Borden is a partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle and is the world’s first lawyer/data scientist. Bennett and his team counsel clients on establishing information-governance and records-management policies and conduct defensive and offensive electronic discovery in complex litigation. He has advised multinational clients regarding data privacy, security, and regulatory compliance.

Bennett advises the firm and its clients on the development and use of analytics models that enable insight, data storytelling and economic value generation. Bennett’s ground-breaking research into the use of machine-based learning and unstructured data for organizational insight is now being put to work in data-driven early-warning systems for clients to detect and prevent corporate fraud and other misconduct.

Bennett has presented at ARMA and MER, is a member of the National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists (NCLS) of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science and is a frequent speaker, author and guest lecturer at Georgetown University Law Center, the University of Virginia Law School, Temple University Law School and the University of Maryland College of Information Studies.

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$0.00 ARMA Pittsburgh members

$0.00 Non-chapter member guests and ARMA International members