Data Without Damage | Alyssa Rose | TEDxTufts

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As our lives become inseparable from the digital trails we leave behind, our privacy is increasingly at the mercy of those who control our data. By comparing this digital Dark Age to the field of medicine, data scientist Alyssa Rose examines the human impact of data collection, and proposes a Hippocratic Oath for data scientists. As a junior at Tufts studying data science and mathematics, Alyssa (she/her/hers) is thrilled to talk about her ideas on using data science for radical positive social change on this year’s TEDx stage. She spends most of her free time working on projects through the Tufts’ Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) chapter, leading a data science group, and working for the Smithsonian’s Culture Heritage Rescue Initiative as a data science intern developing databases and a visualization website. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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