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Robert Jäschke
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We are welcoming submissions to our special issue on Social and Cultural #Bias in #Information, #Algorithms, and #Systems
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Bis Mittwoch sind noch Bewerbungen möglich für unsere Stellenausschreibung zum Projekt REGIO. Aufgabe ist Informationsextraktion auf großen Web Crawls. Wir freuen uns auf Bewerbungen von Informatikern, Physikern und Mathematikern mit Interesse an Data Mining und dem Umgang mit großen Datenmengen. Aufbau eines eigenenen Cluster-Systems inklusive!
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Wer ist der "Robin Hood des Internets"? Und wer die "Mario Barths des neudeutschen Stadionraves"? Antworten darauf auf diesem Poster.

#Vossanto
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The list of accepted papers for the 2018 #BIAS workshop is now available online:
https://ir.shef.ac.uk/bias/accepted-papers/
We are glad to welcome the following six talks on March 25 at the #iConference in #Sheffield:


- Claude Draude, Goda Klumbyte and Pat Treusch: Re-Considering Bias: What Could Bringing Gender Studies and Computing Together Teach Us About Bias in Information Systems?
- Christoph Hube, Besnik Fetahu and Robert Jäschke: Towards Bias Detection in Online Text Corpora
- Vasileios Iosifidis and Eirini Ntoutsi: Dealing with Bias via Data Augmentation in Supervised Learning Scenarios
- Serena Oosterloo and Gerwin van Schie: The Politics and Biases of the Crime Anticipation System of the Dutch Police
- Alan Rubel, Clinton Castro and Adam Pham: Algorithms, Bias, and the Importance of Agency
- William Seymour: Detecting Bias: Does an Algorithm Have to Be Transparent in Order to Be Fair?
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The registration for the Barcamp #OpenScience (http://www.open-science-conference.eu/barcamp/) is now open. Join us at Wikimedia Germany on March 12 in Berlin.
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We are proud to announce that Ansgar Koene from the University of Nottingham will give a keynote at the #BIAS #workshop on March 25, 2018.

Ansgar is Co-Investigator on the #UnBias project whose goal is to emancipate users against algorithmic biases for a trusted digital economy.

The title of his keynote is Policy approaches to socio-technical causes of bias in algorithmic systems – what role can ethical standards play?
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Digital Humanities congress in #Sheffield, 6th – 8th September 2018. Keynote speakers:

1. Professor Bob Shoemaker (Professor of Eighteenth-Century British History, University of Sheffield).
2. Professor Sarah Kenderdine (Professor of Digital Museology, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne).
3. Professor Susan Schreibman (Professor of Digital Humanities, Maynooth University).

#dh
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Welcome to our first PC members for the #BIAS (BIAS - Bias in Information, Algorithms, and Systems) workshop:

Ansgar Koene, University of Nottingham
Emilee Rader, Michigan State University
David Garcia, Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Claudia Wagner, GESIS Cologne
Libby Hemphill, University of Michigan iSchool
Kalpana Shankar, UCD, School of Information and Library Studies
Jutta Haider, Lund University
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