Sorelle Friedler

Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Haverford College

Sorelle Friedler is an assistant professor of computer science at Haverford College. Her current research focuses on ways to prevent machine learning algorithms from discriminating by replicating prejudicial decisions and formalizing notions of fairness across disciplines. She will also be working with lawyers and policymakers to communicate the risks of such automated decisions and the potential benefits of ensuring computational fairness.  

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Related Events

  • 04.07.17  |  International Workshop on Obfuscation

  • 02.23.17  |  Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency

  • 11.18.16  |  Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning 2016

  • 11.17.16  |  Databite No. 90: Kristian Lum

  • 04.02.16  |  Unlocking the Black Box: The Promise and Limits of Algorithmic Accountability in the Professions

  • 03.21.16  |  Tyranny of the Algorithm? Predictive Analytics & Human Rights

  • 03.13.16  |  Biased Algorithms and the Future of Prejudice

  • 07.11.15  |  2nd Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning

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