Uber’s recent head-on collision with drunk driving data is a wonderful example of how not to use research. In January, Uber reported that cities using its ridesharing service had seen a reduction in drunk driving accidents, particularly among young people. But when ProPublica data reporter Ryann Grochowski Jones took a hard look at the numbers, she found the […]
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