Intersectional Symposium on Computing and Society (C&S 2021)

The online symposium will highlight some of the exciting developments at the intersection of Computer Science and Social Sciences.

Virtual Max Planck Intersectional Symposium on Computing and Society (C&S 2021)

Date: January 7-8, 2021

 

The online symposium will highlight some of the exciting developments at the intersection of Computer Science and Social Sciences.

Topics of interest include:

  • Ethical Artificial Intelligence
  • Human Interpretable Machine Learning
  • Law and Automated Decision Making
  • Machine Advised / Nudged / Supervised Human Decisions
  • AIgorithm-mediated Markets, Social Discourse and the Public Sphere
  • Computational Social Science
  • Education Technology
  • Humans in Augmented / Virtual Reality Environments

The goal is to foster conversations between Computer Scientists and Social Scientists within Max Planck Society and beyond.

The speakers will be a mix of pioneers, leaders, and rising stars in the interdisciplinary topics.

 

Organizing Committee:

MPI for Research on Collective Goods: Christoph Engel
MPI for Demographic Research: Emilio Zagheni
MPI for History of Science: J├╝rgen Renn
MPI for Human Development: Ralph Hertwig, Iyad Rahwan
MPI for the Study of Crime, Security, and Law: Jean-Louis van Gelder

MPI for Informatics: Christian Theobalt
MPI for Intelligent Systems: Isabel Valera
MPI for Security and Privacy: Gilles Barthe, Christof Paar, Asia Biega
MPI for Software Systems: Krishna Gummadi, Manuel Gomez-Rodriguez, Elissa Redmiles
UC Berkeley: Moritz Hardt, University of Cambridge: Adrian Weller