Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI) Spring Conference 2020
BARI’s annual conference is a forum for greater Boston’s civic data ecosystem—spanning the public sector, private sector, non-profits, community leaders, and academia—to explore how data and technology can be used to better understand and serve our communities. The conference features talks describing data-driven work occurring throughout Greater Boston, on all topics related to cities and communities, including but not limited to: housing; transportation; public health; climate change; inequality and segregation; public safety and law enforcement; arts and culture; and access to resources, amenities, and services.
The 2020 BARI Conference will be online, featuring one panel every Friday throughout the summer. The series will be announced in one-month blocks. Each panel will be presented as a live webcast, which will also be released as a podcast episode the following week.
Week 4: Supporting the Vulnerable Few (May 15, 3:30 PM ET)
Week 5 Keynote: Boston Innovation: Past Present and Future with Paul Grogan and Friends (May 22, 11:00 AM ET)
Week 6: Strengthening the Commonwealth through Cross-Municipal Collaboration (May 29, 3:30 PM ET)
Week 7: Making Housing in Greater Boston Work for Everyone (June 5, 3:30 PM ET)
Week 8: Supporting Greater Boston’s Youth (June 12, 3:30 PM ET)