New training program in Computational Social Science focus on Inequality and Criminal Legal Systems

Computational Research for Equity in the Legal System (CRELS) is supported by a new $3M training grant from the National Science Foundation. Sociology Professors David Harding and Marion Fourcade are core training faculty, along with faculty from Statistics, Computer Science, the I-School, African-American Studies, Law, Public Policy, History, and Social Welfare. The program trains PhD students in the multi-disciplinary study of data science, criminal legal systems, and the social and ethical implications of artificial intelligence. 

L&S Announcement: UC Berkeley launches AI training program to address criminal justice system inequalities with support from $3M NSF grant