MobilityMirror: Bias-Adjusted Transportation Datasets

@inproceedings{Rodriguez2018MobilityMirrorBT,
  title={MobilityMirror: Bias-Adjusted Transportation Datasets},
  author={Luke Rodriguez and Babak Salimi and H. Ping and Julia Stoyanovich and Bill Howe},
  booktitle={BiDU@VLDB},
  year={2018}
}
  • Luke Rodriguez, Babak Salimi, +2 authors Bill Howe
  • Published in BiDU@VLDB 2018
  • Computer Science
  • We describe customized synthetic datasets for publishing mobility data. Companies are providing new transportation modalities, and their data is of high value for integrative transportation research, policy enforcement, and public accountability. However, these companies are disincentivized from sharing data not only to protect the privacy of individuals (drivers and/or passengers), but also to protect their own competitive advantage. Moreover, demographic biases arising from how the services… CONTINUE READING
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