Joanna J. Bryson is a transdisciplinary researcher on the structure and dynamics of human- and animal-like intelligence. Her research covers topics ranging from artificial intelligence, through autonomy and robot ethics, and on to human cooperation. Her work has appeared in venues ranging from a reddit to Science.Bryson’s first degree is in Behavioural Science (non-clinical psychology)
Stephanie Hare is a researcher and broadcaster focusing on technology, politics and history. Selected as a part of the landmark BBC Expert Women initiative, she shares insights on television and radio. She also has a regular radio column that goes out on BBC World Service World Business Report and BBC Radio 4 Business Daily. This
John Mertic is the Director of Program Management for The Linux Foundation. Under his leadership, he has helped ODPi, R Consortium, and Open Mainframe Project accelerate open source innovation and transform industries. John has an open source career spanning two decades, both as a contributor to projects such as SugarCRM and PHP, and in open
Joanna McKenzie sits down with Liberty Vittert in this edition of The Data Lab’s podcast. Liberty is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Washington University in St. Louis and will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard University in the Department of Statistics beginning summer of 2019. She is a graduate of MIT as well
We kick off the Data Summit series of podcasts with the enigmatic Christopher Wylie. The New Yorker calls him “a pink-haired, nose-ringed oracle sent from the future”. Best known for his role in setting up – and then taking down – the cyberwarfare firm Cambridge Analytica, Chris has been listed in TIME100 Most Influential People in
This episode features some of The Data Lab’s finest; part of the team behind putting on our two week festival of data innovation, DataFest. Hear about each aspect of DataFest, from DataSummit to the Fringe events, and everything in between. This episode is hosted by Brian Hills, Head of Data, and the guests are Fraser
In this weeks podcast the tables are turned and former TDL podcast host Richard Carter takes the interviewees seat. Head of Data at The Data Lab, Brian Hills, leads the conversation in this episode. If you’re interested in career development, award winning data science projects, and all sorts of James Bond trivia(including which Bond covered
Join Cathy O Neil and The Data Lab podcast newcomer, Joanna McKenzie in an informal discussion that weaves between Cathy’s latest book, responsibilities of data scientists, the point of algorithms and Star Trek. The podcast was recorded directly after Cathy’s keynote presentation at the launch of DataFest19.
Mhairi Aitken, Research Fellow on Public Engagement for the Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research
The recent Cambridge Analytica scandal highlighted the need for all organisations to better engage with the public and understand their concerns when processing personal data. Listen to Mhairi Quiroz-Aitken to find out how she addresses these issues in the field of health research.