The 2019 Women in Data Science Conference (WiDS) hosted CSAFE Dr. Alicia Carriquiry as an invited speaker. Dr. Carriquiry’s talk, “Machine Learning and the Evaluation of Criminal Evidence” provided an overview of CSAFE research on bullet land topography, explaining different methods to determine whether a suspect is the source of evidence left at a crime scene. View the presentation on YouTube and learn from other leaders in the field by watching a recording of the entire conference.

The WiDS initiative aims to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, and support women in the field.  WiDS started as a conference at Stanford in November 2015 and now includes a global conference, with 150+ regional events worldwide, featuring leaders in the field and encouraging participants to hone their skills.

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