Here we are, deep in the year of the COVID pandemic that changes a lot of our speech interactions. As I write this is July 2020, the opportunity to work on existing data becomes a welcome gift. Here are archived clips from our chat with David Kraiker that surprisingly continue to be relevant, starting with a question from Monet.
Monet asked David how he got started at the Census Bureau (2:48):
Adam asks about the future of language data and the American Community Survey or ACS including our favorite Census Data table B16001 (1:52):
Cece asks about the citizenship question in the 2020 Census as well as the ACS; David discusses at length how the Census aggregates data in order to protect privacy (2:53):