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(June 13) Private Lives in Public Places: TMI Online
The Exchange and Caveat Invite You to
Private Lives in Public Places:
Spend an evening investigating social media with author and professor Jen Golbeck. Jen studies the nexus of the Internet tools that many millions of people use daily to understand the implications of our choices and actions. How much of your life is public information? Does privacy exist and should it?
Jen Golbeck is a computer scientist and a professor in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland with affiliate appointments in computer science and journalism. She studies artificial intelligence, social media, privacy, and malicious online behavior with the goal of improving users’ online experiences. Her lab did some of the first work on predicting people’s attributes and future behavior from their social media profiles. She lectures extensively about privacy concerns and ethical artificial intelligence.
Wednesday, June 13
6:30PM – 8:30PM
21 A Clinton Street
New York, NY 10002
Light refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, June 12
This invitation is non-transferable.
Questions? Please contact Sachi at email@example.com
The Science & Entertainment Exchange, a program of the National Academy of Sciences, connects entertainment industry professionals with top scientists from across the country to create a synergy between accurate science and engaging entertainment. Chartered by Congress in 1863 under an Act signed by Abraham Lincoln to provide crucial scientific advice to the nation, the National Academy of Sciences, a private, nonprofit institution, is uniquely positioned to draw on the expertise of thousands of men and women who have distinguished themselves in their respective fields in science.
CAVEAT is New York’s newest speakeasy stage for playful, intelligent nightlife. Join us for drinks and go home smarter. Our core creative team includes a recovering theoretical physicist, a renegade museum tour guide, and a one-time Moth StorySLAM champion. That love for science and unconventional storytelling is at the heart of Caveat’s booking philosophy: we regularly host comedy, science talks, storytelling, concerts, trivia competitions, live recorded podcasts, and special events that defy description … you’ll have to come experience them for yourself!