DATA SCIENCE INSTITUTE LIGHTNING TALKS: Human + Machine: A New Hybrid World, Moderated by Courtney Cogburn
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Tickets are free for the Columbia University community (faculty, staff, students, and affiliated researchers); DSI Industry Affiliates; and NYC government.
- ODED NETZER (bio)
Arthur J. Samberg Professor of Business, Columbia Business School
TOPIC: Salespeople Automation: A Human-Machine Hybrid Approach
- LYDIA CHILTON (bio)
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Columbia Engineering
TOPIC: AI Tools for Design and Innovation
- SARAH ROSSETTI (bio)
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Nursing, Columbia University
TOPIC: Exploiting the Signal Gain of Clinician Expertise in a Predictive Early Warning Score and CDS tool using Nursing EHR data
- COURTNEY D. COGBURN (bio)
Associate Professor of Social Work, CSSW
ABOUT THE EVENT
Data science is an ever-evolving and expanding field. This year’s Data Science Day will feature a series of lightning talks moderated by CSSW Associate Professor Courtney Cogburn on exploring ways data science has become an integral part of the decision-making and optimization of countless fields, including patient care, B2B, and design. More information here.
Data Science Day is the flagship annual event at Columbia University’s Data Science Institute. It provides a forum for innovators in academia, industry, and government to connect.