Julia Lane is a Professor at the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, at the NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress, and a NYU Provostial Fellow for Innovation Analytics. She cofounded the Coleridge Initiative, whose goal is to use data to transform the way governments access and use data for the social good through training programs, research projects and a secure data facility. The approach is attracting national attention, including the Commission on Evidence Based Policy and the Federal Data Strategy.
Ian Mulvany is CTO at BMJ, where he leads teams that deliver the
technologies and features that underpin new products as well as
underlying publishing systems. He is responsible for leading on technology
strategy for the company and understanding the implications
of new and emerging technologies for the business. Previously, he
helped set-up SAGE’s methods innovation incubator SAGE Ocean following
a lean product development approach. Prior to SAGE he ran technology operations for eLife, was head of product for Mendeley, and ran a number of early web2.0 products for Nature Publishing Group.
Paco Nathan is a technologist, consultant, and evil mad scientist with deep experience in the areas of machine learning, human in the loop patterns for AI, and natural language work. He is advisor to several tech organizations including: NYU Coleridge Initiative, IBM Data Science Community, Amplify Partners, Recognai, Data Spartan, and Primer AI. He is co-chair for Rev conference by Domino Data Lab.