HDSI and HDSR statement on anti-racism
The Harvard Data Science Initiative and the Harvard Data Science Review share the grief and outrage of people throughout the United States and around the world over the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless other unnamed Black lives. We abhor the racial inequity that is felt every day by people across our country.
COVID-19 Resources Collected by the HDSI
Researchers across Harvard are using data science to tackle the novel coronavirus in an attempt to understand its transmission and slow its spread. In this unprecedented period, we will post their stories on this website and across our social media accounts. Featured work may represent initial results of early stage research conducted at Harvard University and may not yet have undergone peer review. This research is evolving quickly.
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Harvard Data Science Twitter
- On Feb 18 at 1:30 PM ET we will be talking data equity with @christinekeung, @HarvardHBS Leadership Fellow & Technology and Innovation Advisor @CityofSanJose @sanjosemoti as part of our Industry Seminar Series. t.co/nZM4V3RfMi
- REPORT RELEASED! Did data make a difference? @DirectRelief with colleagues from @Facebook, @NetHope_org and @crisisreadiness @harvard_data reviewing work with Facebook's Data for Good program in 2020. t.co/B4Yn8a6liC
- Hurry, future @harvardmed students: the application deadline for our Master of Biomedical Informatics program is on February 5: t.co/BOaGro1Qjb Make sure to review recordings of recent info sessions to learn more about the program & our department: t.co/0Jn3SuxJGZ t.co/YBSgcdD6Ka
- The Math Science Literature lecture by Dan Spielman has been rescheduled! It will now take place on January 27 at 9:00pm ET. Register here: t.co/nIuyy1WVb6 t.co/qXFo10KSeG