Lecture, two hours. Requisites: courses 100B or Mathematics 170S, 101A, 101C or Mathematics 156. Consideration of impacts that data collected today have upon individuals and society. Rapid increase in scale and types of data collected has impacted commerce and society in new ways. Consideration of economic, social and ethical, legal and political impacts of data, especially that collected on human behavior. Topics include privacy and data protection, intellectual property and confidentiality, sample selection and algorithms, equality and anti-discrimination. Letter grading.

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Mark Handcock
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23W 22W

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