Deputy Director Alondra Nelson will broach a wide range of topics, including equitable data, upholding rights in an increasingly automated society, the White House Scientific Integrity Task Force, and more. A crosscutting theme of the lecture is how science and technology policymakers in the Biden-Harris Administration are working to restore trust in government, advance equity at scale, and fortify democratic values.
Speakers and Presenters
Speaker: Alondra Nelson, Deputy Director for Science and Society, White House Office of Science and Technology PolicyWith Panelists:Craig Calhoun, University Professor of Social Sciences, School of Sustainability, College of Global Futures, Arizona State UniversityFrancesca Dominici
Harvard Center for the Environment (HUCE); Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (WCFIA), Harvard Data Science Initiative (HDSI)