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Algorithm Workshop, University of Strathclyde. February 2017

What are algorithms and how are they designed? Why are they used in commercial practice and what kinds of benefits can they bring? What are the potential harmful impacts of […]

UnBias public engagement at the Explorers Fair

On February 10th and 11th, UnBias participated in the 2017 Explorers Fair Expo at the Nottingham Broadway cinema to engage with parent, children and citizens of any age in discussing […]

First UnBias Multi-Stakeholder Workshop – On February 3rd a group of twenty five stakeholders joined us at the Digital Catapult in London for our first discussion workshop.

The User Engagement workpackage of the project focuses on gathering together professionals from industry, academia, education, NGOs and research institutes in order to discuss societal and ethical issues surrounding the […]

Fair machine learning techniques and the problem of transparency

An important topic considered this year at the International Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), one of the prime outlets for machine learning and Artificial Intelligence research in the […]

New Paper: Ethical Dimensions of User Centric Regulation

A new working paper has been added to Social Science Research Network called Ethical Dimensions of User Centric Regulation. This paper is set to be presented at CEPE/ETHICOMP 2017 in […]