This webinar showcases the Wolfram Language as a unified solution for social science research and teaching. Find out how you can elevate your workflow with our powerful text analysis tools, social network computation and our ready-to-use, computable datasets covering finance and socioeconomics, media and culture, history and geography and much more.
The presentations include several real-world examples that use the Wolfram System for data explorations, projects and classroom materials. At the end of the session, you'll have the opportunity to ask our experts about the specific functions and features that interest you.
Computational Tools for Social Science Research and Teaching
The Costs of Equality: Exploring the Role of AI in Policy Decisions, presented by University of Houston Law Center Prof. Seth Chandler
Live Q&A with Wolfram Experts
Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Houston Law Center
Seth Chandler has taught insurance law, including life and health insurance law, for many years; has been a Codirector of the Health Law & Policy Institute; and has done considerable work on the economics of insurance and its regulation.
Seth uses Wolfram technologies to analyse legal systems and many issues in insurance law, such as adverse selection, moral hazard, correlated risk and a variety of issues in life, health, property and casualty insurance.
Director of Technical Services, Communication and Strategy
As Director of Technical Services, Communication and Strategy at Wolfram Research Europe, Jon McLoone is central to driving the company's technical business strategy and leading the consulting solutions team. With over 25 years of experience working with Wolfram technologies, Jon has helped in directing software development, system design and much more.
Jon gives regular keynote appearances and media interviews on topics such as the future of AI, enterprise computation strategies and education reform, across multiple fields including health care, fintech and data science. He holds a degree in mathematics from the University of Durham.