The Declassification Engine Conference on the Computational Analysis of Official Secrecy

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The Declassification Engine Conference on the Computational Analysis of Official Secrecy
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05/10/2013 9:00 am
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05/08/2013

Conference on the Computational Analysis of Official Secrecy

Friday, May 10 2013
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Lecture Hall (3rd Floor), School of Journalism (Pulitzer Building) Columbia University

Historians, journalists, legal scholars, statisticians, and computer scientists are meeting at Columbia University to consider how computational methods can illuminate the broad patterns of official secrecy and accelerate the declassification process.

For more information and registration: click here

Conference Organizers:

Michael Collins, Vikram S. Pandit Professor of Computer Science | Matthew Connelly, Professor of International and Global History | David Madigan, Professor and Chair of the Statistics Department

Sponsored by:
The Heyman Center for the Humanities | The Hertog Program on Law and National Security | The Brown Institute for Media Innovation | Columbia University Seminar on Big Data and Digital Scholarship | Department of Computer Science | Department of Statistics