The objective of this focus area is to develop recommendations and best practices for Responsible Data Science (RDS) by design, with security, privacy and ethical use of data and data science methods. This includes:
1. Enabling the development and dissemination of responsible data science best practices, such as building and deploying of integrative data equity systems, incorporating ethical and legal norms in all stages of the data science life cycle, with security, privacy and ethics
2. Engaging IEEE standards development activities for the TIPPSS framework – Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety and Security – and its use in clinical Internet of Things, connected healthcare, and smart and connected communities
3. Collaborating with cybersecurity researchers and domain scientists to determine their needs and challenges regarding trustworthy data, and data driven cybersecurity, privacy, and ethics
Current Projects on Responsible Data Science
Upcoming Responsible Data Science Events
Responsible Data Science Professional Opportunities
Applications due August 1st.
Papers due July 1st
Now accepting applications
Data and Technology Advancement (DATA) National Service Scholar Program: Data Scientists Advancing Biomedical Research
Applications accepted on a rolling basis until May 27th.
Abstracts due June 13th
Call for nominations closes June 7th
Applications accepted through June 3rd
Applications accepted through June 3rd.
Responsible Data Science Career Opportunities
Responsible Data Science Resources
Responsible Data Science Success Stories
Guest post by Mona Sloane, Ph.D., New York University This Success Story is a report on the results of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub’s 2020 Seed Fund program. Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are increasingly deployed in the public sector. As these technologies can harm citizens and pose risk to society, existing public procurement processes […]
Researchers from NYU Tandon release 3-D data tracking human interactions outside of coronavirus hotspots
Study to set groundwork to build machine learning models that rapidly analyze how a virus spreads In April when New York City was under a strict lockdown, a team of 16 student researchers from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering commenced a National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research (RAPID) grant-funded project to observe potential […]
Water Data and Software Services to Support Discovery, Reproducibility, and Collaboration in the Water-Resources Domain and Beyond
Guest post by Emily Clark, Project Manager, CUAHSI The mission of the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) is to enable interdisciplinary collaboration in the water sciences, provide critical cyberinfrastructure, and promote water science education at all levels. CUAHSI’s services can be especially useful in supporting the Northeast Big Data […]