Hi! PARIS is pleased to be associated with the fourth edition of the HEC Data day.
The HEC Data Day 2021 allows HEC Paris researchers, students and start-ups to present innovative projects dealing with new data and/or data science techniques (machine learning, AI, etc.). The audience is made of researchers, Master and Ph.D. students, as well as professionals from partner companies. This is a face-to-face event taking place on the Jouy-en-Josas HEC Campus but it can also be followed online on Zoom.
Full program is available on the HEC news page.
Registration is free but mandatory.
Presentation of Hi! PARIS MembersThe Hi! PARIS Fellowship and Chair holder from HEC will have the opportunity to present their work:
- 9.15-10.45 in Session 1: Xitong Li (HEC Paris, Information System and Operations Management and Hi! PARIS Fellowship holder): “How do product recommendations help consumers search products? Evidence of underlying mechanisms from a field experiment”
- 11.00-12.30 in Session 2 : Pablo Baquero (HEC Paris, Tax and Law and Hi! PARIS Chair holder): “The compliance gap in data supply chains: Smart contracts as a compliance technology”
- 14.00-15.30 in Session 3: Aluna Wang (HEC Paris, Accounting and Hi! PARIS Chair holder): “Pattern recognition and anomaly detection in bookkeeping data”
- 14.00-15.30 in Session 3: Julien Grand-Clement (HEC Paris, Information System and Operations Management and Hi! PARIS Chair holder): “Interpretable machine learning: Application to triage and reassessment guidelines for ventilator rationing”
- 15.45-17.15 in Session 4: Matthew Yeaton (HEC Paris, Strategy and Hi! PARIS Chair holder): “Testing a theory of cultural evolution within organizations: Evidence from alt-right echo chambers”
- 15.45-17.15 in Session 4: Klaus Miller (HEC Paris, Marketingand Hi! PARIS Chair holder): “Value of Online Tracking”
Keynote by David Freeman Engstrom
David Freeman Engstorm is LSVF Professor in Law at Stanford University and Co-Director of Stanford Center on the Legal Profession. His talk is a joint event between HEC Data Day and the Algorithmic Law & Society Symposium.
Title of the talk: “The Automated State”