Live webcast: Monday, October 26 2-3 p.m. (Pacific)Add to Calendar
The integrity and security of the upcoming November 3rd elections are under unprecedented threats for reasons that include the pandemic, the increasing reliance on electronic (software and hardware) voting equipment, the current Administration’s handling of the contest, and foreign interference. How can we then conduct elections and verify their results to ensure their accuracy (i.e., that the reported winners really won), despite these threats? This panel brings together experts on various aspects of election integrity and security to reflect on these challenges and make concrete proposals to address them.
This event is sponsored by Division of Computing, Data Science and Society (CDSS) , the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS) and the Department of Statistics.
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