I just had the most amazing experience at the National Academy of Sciences' 32nd Kavli Symposium. I was one of three speakers in the session on "Fairness, accountability and transparency in data science" and had the pleasure to present some of my work on analyst analytics and the psychology of analyzing data.
According to the National Academy of Sciences, the symposium brings together "some of the world's best and brightest young scientists" (their words, not mine). The 24 invited speakers came from across the sciences and presented on a wide range of topics, from high-intensity lasers to covid vaccine development and RNA molecules to human genomics. I'm very honored to be a National Academy of Sciences Kavli fellow.
You can download my presentation slides below: