ICYMI — We’ve published our schedule of over 55 sessions and secured morning keynotes from NYC’s government technology & data leaders! Also, we’ve added a student / hardship ticket application!
NYC School of Data is BetaNYC’s annual community-driven conference — with programming support from NYC Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics, we bring together city officials, activists, and community members to talk about open data, civic technology, and service design. This year, we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of international open data day, the 8th anniversary of the City’s transformative open data law, and conclude NYC Open Data Week!
At CUNY Law School in Queens, we are organizing 55 sessions – thought provoking panels, interactive workshops, office hours with NYC agencies, and more.
- Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer
- Commissioner Jessica Tisch, NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications
- NYC’s Chief Analytics Officer Kelly Jin
- Mutale Nkonde, Founding President of AI for the People, and Fellow at Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University
Come learn and contribute to the next decade of technology, data, and policy — by us, for us!
What: NYC School of Data 2020
When: Saturday 7 March 2020, 9am – 6pm
Where: CUNY School of Law, 2 Court Square, Long Island City, NY 11101 Venue is fully accessible and content is all ages friendly. Also, free, professional on-site childcare is provided for ALL participants! If you have accessibility questions or needs, please email us at < email@example.com >.
- $55 – General Admission Tickets (Register here)
- $100 – Solidarity Tickets (These tickets subsidise BetaNYC’s operations)
- $35 – Student / Scholarship / Hardship Ticket (limited availability; rolling admission; apply by Thursday, 5 March by 5:00 PM)
- Free Childcare for all participants (Registration ends on Mar 2)
BetaNYC’s Code of Conduct
BetaNYC is committed to hosting safe and open spaces for all. By participating in this event you are committing yourself to BetaNYC’s Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy.
More info on Open Data Week – https://open-data.nyc