nyc school of data lOn Saturday March 7 2010 BetaNYC hosts NYC School of Data 2020 at CUNY School of Law in Queens. This event, held on International Open Data Day 2020, concludes the fourth annual NYC Open Data Week. NYC School of data is a community driven conference with a focus on open data, civic technology, and service design. Three of the many tracks will be webcast live via a partnership with the Internet Society New York Chapter.

Room 301
10:00 Opening Remarks & Keynote
11:30 Air quality data panel with Department of Health, Queens Public Library, the Manhattan Borough President’s Office
13:45 Ending NYPD’s Digital Stop-and-Frisk: The Fight for the POST Act
15:00 NYC’s Lost Opportunity to Stop Racist Algorithms
16:15 Government Data and Analysis: Balancing Innovation, Privacy, and Security
17:30 Civic PechaKucha – Lighting Talks

Room 202
11:30 Tools for Democracy
13:45 Computer Science x Civics – How NYC DOE’s CS4All initiative is advancing education through Hack League
15:00 Creating Pathways for a New Generation of Civic Leaders – CIF and CDF Talk Shop
16:15 Collections as Data/Data as Collections, open data + libraries + privacy

Room 203
11:30 What do we know about the state of the internet in NYC? (Hosted by Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer)
13:45 Census 2020- Forging a Path to Combat Rumors
15:00 The future of open gov portals & programs, a conversation with Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics and open data leaders.
16:00 Data through Design – a conversation with organizers and selected artists