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Tuesday Topics with Alum-Lauren Pully - Shared screen with speaker view
Dagmawi Sraj
48:41
What reasons drove you to pursue an MBA?
Rojeen Farkhoor
49:15
Do you have any recommendations for courses to take if you are interested in politics as a CS major?
Brett Karopczyc
52:06
Beyond SQL queries, any use of Machine Learning tools to model / predict voter activity?
Hadley Callaway
52:07
You might have addressed this, but why is it that the Texas Democratic Party has a CTO and so many developers when no other state Democratic party does? Were you part of driving this change?
Spencer Bruce
52:08
Thank you for talking with us! I was wondering how often there are discussions surrounding the ethics of data collection in politics, especially since legislation is quite slow to set up boundaries in tech spaces. Any tips on how to get others to focus on these things in industry?
Rojeen Farkhoor
52:19
Thank you! That was super helpful
Spencer Bruce
56:17
Sure! I was thinking in terms of targeting communities in politics
Spencer Bruce
58:49
Thank you! :)
Brett Karopczyc
59:08
Thanks for a great talk, Lauren!
Hadley Callaway
59:14
Thank you so much!
Rojeen Farkhoor
59:16
Thank you!:)
Michael Casserly
59:17
This was great, thanks Lauren!
Ava Wood
59:35
where can we watch recordings of the other Tuesday talks?
Grisha Temchenko
59:47
Thank you for sharing!
Hadley Callaway
59:50
Will this recording be shared? I had a friend in SEAS who couldn't make it because of working PST hours but wanted to listen :)
Ivy Elkins
01:00:31
Previous recordings are here https://www.cs.columbia.edu/department-lectures/
Elizabeth Walker
01:07:47
Thank you!