Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 10:00am to 12:00pm
Online via Zoom
Join us on Tuesday 5/5 to see projects from students in Harvard's Tech Science to Save the World program that answer:
- Who had to wait in line to vote in-person on April 7 in the Wisconsin Primary using cellphone GPS data?
- How can states decide to implement vote-by-mail policies to respond to COVID-19 given their existing laws?
- Are Apple's and Google's bluetooth-based exposure notification for COVID-19 compliant with the EU's GDPR?
- What factors affect how much people change their behavior after starting and ending stay-at-home orders from their state's governor?
- How much privacy are people willing to sacrifice for better contact tracing technologies?
- Can people tell fake images created by machine learning apart from images of real humans?
- How well can you simulate demand for bike share given past data?
- Does Google Translate give gender-biased responses?
- How accessible are voter registration websites in every state?
- And more!