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Engineering a fair future: Why we need to train unbiased AI

Part of the IET Turing EngTalk and BCS Lecture Series
Inspired by the life and work of

Alan Turing

18 – 21 February 2019 | London, Manchester, Belfast

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About the speaker

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Professor Krishna Gummandi 

Krishna Gummadi is the head of the Networked Systems research group at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) and a professor at the University of Saarland in Germany.

His research interests lie in understanding and building social computing systems. His current projects focus on enhancing fairness, accountability, transparency, and explainability of automated (particularly, data-driven and learning-based) decision making systems.

His work has been recognised by numerous awards including the ACM SIGCOMM Test-of-Time. He also received an ERC Advanced Grant in 2017 to investigate "Foundations for Fair Social Computing". 

Free to attend

18 February 2019
IET London: Savoy Place


20 February 2019
The University of Manchester


21 February 2019
Assembly Building, Belfast


EngTalk showcase

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A number of table tops will be available at no cost for select organisations to showcase interesting developments in this area.

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