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Andrew Davis, Cornell University, will discuss "Multidimensional Bargaining and Inventory Risk in Supply Chains: An Experimental Study."
Is science outstripping societal and ethical norms in regards to human genetic diversity?
The four new assistant professors at the School of Information will kick off the fall season of MISC meetings.
J. Nathan Matias, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University, will give a talk titled Governing Human and Machine Behavior in an Experimenting Society.
"The Bad News About Online Discrimination in Algorithmic Systems," organized by the Center for Political Studies - Institute for Social Research.
The Institute for Social Research presents a panel discussion on researching social media and online platforms from the outside.
UMSI and LSA will co-host the Office of Academic Innovation's next informal discussion on topics related to teaching and learning in higher ed.
Work in teams to address challenges posed by U-M Athletics in the context of visualization and analysis of data from streaming wearable devices.
Luke Boosey, Assistant Professor, Florida State University, will discuss "Reciprocity and the Timing of Discretionary Bonuses."
Tovi Grossman will present "Instrumented and Connected: Designing Next-Generation Learning Experiences."