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[[Ramon Amaro]] is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London and Assistant Editor of Big Data & Society, a SAGE journal. Ramon is a Mechanical Engineer and Social Scientist with a background in Technology and Engineering Policy, Engineering Quality Design, and Sociological Research. His doctoral research looks at the ethics of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data mining.
by Ramon Amaro during the Hackers & Designers Summer Talks 2015
 
 
 
Ramon Amaro is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London and Assistant Editor of Big Data & Society, a SAGE journal. Ramon is a Mechanical Engineer and Social Scientist with a background in Technology and Engineering Policy, Engineering Quality Design, and Sociological Research. His doctoral research looks at the ethics of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data mining.
 
  
 
Ramon holds a Masters degree in Sociological Research from the University of Essex, and a BSe in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Prior to my doctoral research, he was a policy manager for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Alternative Fuels Division and a quality design engineer for General Motors Corporation
 
Ramon holds a Masters degree in Sociological Research from the University of Essex, and a BSe in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Prior to my doctoral research, he was a policy manager for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Alternative Fuels Division and a quality design engineer for General Motors Corporation
  
 
This lecture was part of the Hackers & Designers Summer Talks 2015
 
This lecture was part of the Hackers & Designers Summer Talks 2015
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7 August 2015 in De PUNT Amsterdam
 
7 August 2015 in De PUNT Amsterdam
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http://summer.hackersanddesigners.nl
 
http://summer.hackersanddesigners.nl
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Latest revision as of 14:30, 13 December 2017

Summer Talks: Training and the problem of data
Name Summer Talks: Training and the problem of data
Location De Punt, Frans de Wollantstraat 84, 1018 SC Amsterdam
Date 2015/08/07
Time 20:45-21:30
PeopleOrganisations Ramon Amaro
Type HDSA2015
Web Yes
Print Yes

What would it take to adopt a fugitive statistics?

Training and the problem of data: What would it take to adopt a fugitive statistics? by Ramon Amaro during the Hackers & Designers Summer Talks 2015

Ramon Amaro is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London and Assistant Editor of Big Data & Society, a SAGE journal. Ramon is a Mechanical Engineer and Social Scientist with a background in Technology and Engineering Policy, Engineering Quality Design, and Sociological Research. His doctoral research looks at the ethics of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data mining.

Ramon holds a Masters degree in Sociological Research from the University of Essex, and a BSe in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Prior to my doctoral research, he was a policy manager for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Alternative Fuels Division and a quality design engineer for General Motors Corporation

This lecture was part of the Hackers & Designers Summer Talks 2015

7 August 2015 in De PUNT Amsterdam

http://summer.hackersanddesigners.nl


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