kjamistan: Speaking

Technical, Business-Minded, Engaging

Katharine Jarmul gives technical talks that are appropriate for a range of audiences — from purely business to software engineers to machine learning practitioners. Her engaging style and practical approach make topics like privacy and ethics in machine learning and performance-driven pipeline design understandable and interesting to all, not just the subject matter experts in the room. She prepares individual research and tailored content for each engagement.

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Recent Speaking Highlights

Keynote at QCon.AI: Privacy: The Last Stand for Fair Algorithms (Revisited) (2019)

Podcast Interview: Ethical Machine Learning on InfoQ Podcast (2019)

Strangeloop: Privacy: The Last Stand for Fair Algorithms (2018)

34c3: Deep Learning Blindspots (2017)

QCon Sao Paolo: Ethical Machine Learning (2017)

Keynote: Ethical Machine Learning: Creating Fair Models in an Unjust World (2016)

Conference Talk: I Hate You, NLP ;) (an exploration of state-of-the-art Sentiment Analysis) (2016)