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David Mordecai, Samantha Kappagoda and John Shin Co-Authored Article “Objects May be Closer Than They Appear” in ABA SciTech Lawyer

David Mordecai, Samantha Kappagoda and John Shin Co-Authored Article “Objects May be Closer Than They Appear” in ABA SciTech Lawyer

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David K.A. Mordecai, Samantha Kappagoda and John Y. Shin co-authored an article published in the Unintended Consequences (Fall 2022) Issue of the American Bar Association (ABA) SciTech Lawyer. The article is entitled Uncertainty and Reliability Implications of Computer Vision Depth Estimation for Vehicular Collision Avoidance and Navigation (Part 1 of 2).

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Samantha Kappagoda and David K.A. Mordecai Were Appointed to Leadership Positions of American Bar Association SciTech Section Committees

Samantha Kappagoda and David K.A. Mordecai Appointed to Leadership Positions of American Bar Association SciTech Section Committees

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Risk Economics is pleased to announce that Samantha Kappagoda and David K.A. Mordecai have been appointed to leadership positions of the American Bar Association (ABA) SciTech Section Committees. Samantha Kappagoda has been newly appointed as Vice-Chair of the Big Data Committee, and Vice-Chair of the Internet of Things Committee. She

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Samantha Kappagoda was Invited to Speak at the University of Toronto

Samantha Kappagoda was Invited to Speak at the University of Toronto

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Samantha Kappagoda was invited to speak at the University of Toronto on January 19, 2022. She addressed the attendees on leadership in an international context. Samantha Kappagoda is Chief Economist and Co-Founder of Risk Economics. She is an active University of Toronto alumnus, currently serving on the Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship committee. Samantha earned an

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Data Science Community Newsletter Features Critical Contribution by Risk Economics® to Colorado Attorney General’s Findings

Data Science Community Newsletter Features Critical Contribution by Risk Economics to Colorado Attorney General’s Findings that Aurora Police Department Engages in Racially Biased Policing

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The October 7, 2021 Issue of the Data Science Community Newsletter (DSCN) featured the critical contribution made by Risk Economics to the Colorado Attorney General’s findings that Aurora Colorado Police Department engages in racially biased policing. In 2020, the Attorney General of Colorado (AG), Philip J. Weiser, appointed a team

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