WPF’s Pam Dixon is participating in a workshop hosted by Harvard professor Dr. Latanya Sweeney. The workshop is focused on technology science problems in the public interest. An outcome of the workshop is launching a new Technology Science Research Collaboration Network. The workshop and research efforts are an outgrowth of the newly-launched Journal of Technology Science
WPF will be presenting a seminar and keynote on scoring, predictive analytics, and forms of credit scoring to the CCRC in Beijing China. The event will be held at the Minzu Conference Center in central Beijing, and will be attended by journalists as well as invited experts. The seminar will take place December 14, 2015.
Pam Dixon will be giving a keynote speech to the annual meeting of the world’s leading scholarly publishers. The meeting will be held in the Russell Congress Center, and is by invitation only. Dixon will be presenting new research on analytics, scoring, big data, and how to protect privacy in a “big data analytics” era.
WPF will be participating as an Expert Advisor to the OECD Health Data Uses working group as it works to make draft recommendations on the topic. The meeting will be held at the OECD headquarters in Paris, France.
Pam Dixon will be speaking at the The Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia’s conference in Vancouver, Canada on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 3:45 pm. Dixon will be speaking about big data and privacy in a debate format with Deputy Minister of Technology John Jacobson moderating. Dixon’s slide deck for the debate will be made