Wil van der Aalst at This Year’s Camp + Edmar Kok at Process Mining Camp 2015
Today, we are excited to announce one additional speaker: Prof. Wil van der Aalst will be closing this year’s camp program with a keynote on responsible data science!
Wil van der Aalst — Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Events (often hidden in Big Data) are often described as “the new oil”. Techniques like process mining aim to transform these events into new forms of “energy”: Insights, diagnostics, models, predictions, and automated decisions. However, the process of transforming “new oil” (event data) into “new energy” (analytics) can negatively impact citizens, patients, customers, and employees.
Systematic discrimination based on data, invasion of privacy, non-transparent life-changing decisions, and inaccurate conclusions illustrate that data science techniques may lead to new forms of “pollution”. We use the term “Green Data Science” for technological solutions that enable individuals, organizations, and society to reap the benefits from the widespread availability of data while ensuring fairness, confidentiality, accuracy, and transparency.
Look forward to a fantastic camp program on 10 June!
Edmar Kok at Process Mining Camp 2015
To get us all into the proper camp spirit, we have started to release the videos from last year’s camp. If you have missed them before, check out the videos of Léonard Studer from the City of Lausanne, Willy van de Schoot...