Nate Silver, founder of Fivethirtyeight.com and author of The Signal and the Noise: Why Most Predictions Fail – But Some Don't, presents SRI's seventh annual speaker series.
Thomas M. Lento, a data scientist at Facebook, presents SRI's sixth annual speaker series with an overview of challenges in using Facebook's large scale data, including technical challenges and problems with contextualizing aggregated results.
Robert M. Groves, Director of the U.S. Census Bureau, presents SRI�s fifth annual speaker series with an overview of the 2010 census and comparisons to the 2000 census.
SRI's fourth annual speaker series features a distinguished panel of speakers. Mick Couper, University of Michigan, discusses web panels, Joseph Konstan, Univerisy of Minnesota, discusses security issues, and Frederick Conrad, University of Michigan, discusses surveys of the future.
SRI's third annual speaker series features a distinguished panel of speakers. Stephen Ceci, Cornell University, discusses Candid Responses in Surveys, Kathleen Frankovic, CBS News, discusses Lying and the "Bradley Effect," and Norbert Schwarz, University of Michigan, discusses Lying in surveys: thoughts from a situated cognition perspective.
Professor Larry Jacobs presents SRI's second annual speaker series showing evidence of private Presidential misuse of surveys drawn from historical and contemporary illustrations as well as quantitative analyses of presidential polling data.
SRI celebrates our 10th anniversary with our first annual speaker series featuring Jon Krosnick.