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DataKind is a global network of pro bono data scientists, helping charities do good with data.
Their projects often involve the evaluation of outcomes achieved by different service users, based on sensitive personal information. How can you ensure that the models you build using this data are used in a positive way to enhance service delivery, and aren't used to marginalise already vulnerable and disadvantaged groups?
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Altruistic Algorithms? Data for Good Done Right
Tom is heading up the Selection, Scoping and Impact Committee in 2019, making sure we pick the best charity partners and projects to work on and overseeing impact assessment.
Christine Henry is a contract Product Manager and Data Ethics Consultant. Currently a Product Manager at Amnesty International, Christine has over eight years of experience in data analysis, forecasting, and market access, as well as knowledge of machine learning and data science.