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A conversation between panelists and audience members on the legal protections and regulations that should be in place to extract value from data but also mitigate the risks associated with research, government, and commercial activities...
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Visions of the use of personal electronic data for innovative research and applications that improve sustainability, social equity, urban management, energy efficiency, public health, among others. Panelists: Richard Clarke, Assistant ...
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What practices and standards for collection, storage, analysis and use or distribution of electronic information would support the value that may be obtained from such information, but also provide appropriate protections? Panelists: ...
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Speaker: Edward W. Guo The International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) was started in 2006 by Edward W. Guo. According to the IMSLP website: "It is a project for the creation of a virtual library of public domain music scores, ba...
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What will it look like and what does it mean? Panelists: Jonathan Gruber - Prof. of Economics, Moderator Andrea Louise Campbell - Assoc. Prof. of Political Science Joseph J. Doyle - Assoc. Prof. of Economics, Sloan School of Management ...
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