David Rozado

I am an academic research scientist interested in documenting trends within social institutions. My research work involves the usage of computational tools to analyze content from institutions such as news media or the Academy. I'm also interested in the topic of AI bias.

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Faculty Fellow at HxA Center for Academic Pluralism
Speaker's Title and Institutional/Organizational Affiliation: Associate Professor at Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
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Debate, Forum, or HxConversation
Speaking Topics - List up to 5 specific topics or titles, each separated by a semicolon: AI fairness; Algorithmic bias; The Great Awokening; computational content analysis; news media
Blackout Dates (Dates speaker is unavailable, Date/Month/Year): 25/12/2023
Distance Willing to Travel: Any/No Limits to Travel Radius
Scholarly Area: Other
Modality of Event : In Person and/or Virtual
Willingness to be recorded: Willing
Speaking Fee (Not including travel/lodging expenses): Other (Contact Speaker for Fee)
Recent Appearance (1 of 5) -title, host institution, year: How Will AI Change Academic Research?, Heterodox Academy, 2023
Recent Appearance (2 of 5) -title, host institution, year: Free expression among NZ undergraduates, Free Kiwis, 2022
Recent Appearance (3 of 5) -title, host institution, year: Institutionalized: Artificial Intelligence with David Rozado, Manhattan Institute, 2023