Women in Mathematics and Statistics

Brown Institute at Columbia 2950 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

Finding Strength in the Numbers: Growing Up Stories The Columbia-Barnard Mathematics Departments and the Columbia Statistics Department are proud to invite you to our inaugural Women in Mathematics and Statistics

Rethinking Crime Reporting

Brown Institute at Columbia 2950 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

The crime beat has long been leveraged by American newsrooms to drive traffic, generate revenue, and fulfill the duty of informing the public. While the familiar narrative of perpetrators committing

Exploring AI Threats to Electoral Integrity

Livestream and SIPA

2024 will be a landmark election year in at least two ways. First, more than a quarter of the countries in the world, representing a third of global population, and comprising several of the largest democracies, including Indonesia, India, and the United States, will cast ballots. Second, this will be the first large election cycle

Queer Data: Who Counts?

Brown Institute at Columbia 2950 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

Kevin Guyan will join CJS for a talk on "Queer Data". Guyan, soon to be a Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, has written extensively on data collection and LGBTQ communities. The first step in so many reporting projects is a data set, and even our own US Census Bureau has proposed asking questions about Sexual Orientation and Gender

Human Rights Reporting: A Focus on Journalism and AI

Brown Institute at Columbia 2950 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

Join us for this special panel which will focus on global reporting on human rights, as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, within the evolving landscape of AI and the challenges and opportunities it presents. Delving into the influence of AI in international media and how the technology can be leveraged for human

AI, Creativity, Media, and Our Shared Commons (Postponed until the Fall!)

Brown Institute at Columbia 2950 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

In just 2023, new advances in generative AI uprooted our collective understanding of the knowledge and cultural commons we share online. It challenged assumptions of creativity and copyright ownership, data