The Health Data Exploration (HDE) Network is holding its third annual Network Meeting at the Qualcomm Institute in San Diego, CA on Tuesday, May 2, 2017.
This year's theme is "Representing the Person: Promoting Social Justice in the Use of Personal Health Data." We will explore and discuss questions about the ways that personal data represent individuals and populations.
* Do our datasets adequately represent underserved populations?
* Do personal and ubiquitous sensors capture the necessary data to meaningfully represent lifestyle and activity?
* What biases are evident in these new representational technologies?
The event is open to HDE Network members, and will include invited presentations, posters, and panel sessions that will provide opportunities to discuss these issues. A plenary talk by Chris Gibbons will kick off the meeting. If you are interested in attending the HDE Network meeting but are not yet a member of the HDE Network, please register to join the network first (it's free): http://hdexplore.calit2.net/network/
More event information can be found on http://hdexplore.calit2.net/hdexplore2017/