The International Society for the Study of Information 2019 Summit
June 2 – June 6, 2019
The International Society for the Study of Information (IS4SI) will be holding its 2019 Summit / Conference at U C Berkeley this coming summer — June 2-6 2019. You are invited to submit a proposal for a presentation or merely register to hear from the many notable speakers and participate in the various mini-conferences and workshops. Apply here. Continue reading
The Provost is hosting a mini-lecture series on Fake News & Misinformation. Speakers include iSchool faculty member Jevin West and adjunct faculty member Kate Starbird.
Muddied waters: Online disinformation during crisis events
April 18 | 5:00-6:15 | Bagley 131
Kate Starbird, Assistant Professor, Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington
Cleaning up our polluted information environments
April 24 | 5:00-6:15 | Gowen 301
Jevin West, Assistant Professor, Information School, University of Washington
The new global politics of weaponized AI propaganda
April 30 | 5:00-6:15 | HUB Lyceum
Berit Anderson, & Editor-in-Chief, Scout.ai, a media company covering the future of technology, its risks and rewards through investigative reporting, analysis, and science fiction
DAMA Puget Sound’s 2017 Spring Conference “AI + IoT Data Management Using Billions of Things” is on Thursday, May 18th from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Embassy Suites, Bellevue, WA.
An exciting line-up of speakers will address a variety of topics applicable to AI + IoT. The conference is an excellent opportunity to join information management professionals for a day of learning and networking.
Individual and Group Rates will be discounted until May 12th. Student rate is $50 (email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information). Final registration will close on May 16th.
For more information, visit the DAMA Puget Sound website at http://dama-ps.org/event-2435805. Hope to see you there!
The Data Management Association of Puget Sound (DAMA Puget Sound) is a community of information management professionals who are seeking to improve the standards of data management, share information and experiences, and establish professional networks.
You can sign up for a free, online version of “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence”, taught by Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig. A syllabus and more information about the Stanford course is available here. More information: http://www.ai-class.com/