Monthly Archives: June 2011

Predictive sentencing

The upcoming issue of the Atlantic has a fascinating piece written by neuroscientist David Eagleman about criminal behavior and responsibility. It’s apparently adapted from his book, Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain—which I am looking forward to reading during … Continue reading

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20% time, new focus of my blogging efforts

As announced earlier this week, I’m going to be spending my 20% time next year at the Berkman Center researching the ethics of predictive analytics. I’m really excited about the opportunity. Though much of my work in the past two … Continue reading

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Hyperpublic vs Data-driven

I have taken quite a long break from blogging, but hope to begin again with renewed energy in the coming months. As the first foray back into writing, and the first blog post of 2011, I’m going to share the … Continue reading

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