Tech for Good: Data for Social Empowerment
25 Massachusetts Ave. NW –– 9th FloorSeptember 10 , 2015
Whether through scaling the impact of community organizations, informing decisions at nonprofits, or bringing crowd-sourced insights about the problems facing our society, it has become clear that the use of data can have a positive impact on people’s lives. Data will play an increasingly important role in combating discrimination and addressing issues that affect underserved communities.
Thursday, September 10th, Google DC Talks is presenting a discussion about data and social empowerment. Conversation will focus on real ways that data is being used to address social issues and will identify some of the practices being developed to avoid unfair outcomes.
- Keynote, Terrell McSweeny, FTC Commissioner
- Nuala O’Connor, President & CEO, Center for Democracy & Technology
- Daniel Castro, Director, Center for Data Innovation
- Alexander Moore, Chief Development Officer, DC Central Kitchen
- Jason Burwen, DC Chapter Founder, DataKind
- Moderator, Jeff Buchan, Google Public Policy
Google’s Tech for Good series highlights technology making the world a better place to live, work, and grow.
25 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Date: 10 Sep, 2015
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Place: 25 Massachusetts Ave. NW –– 9th Floor