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School of Informatics People and Culture

School of Informatics People and Culture

Information about People and Culture activities and resources in the School of Informatics

Category: Bias

Research in AI is an increasingly exciting and fast-paced environment, with many new interesting features and applications available at a wider scale. However, it is also the topic of heavy criticism for often failing to represent and serve minority groups, which have historically been underrepresented in conversations about technology. Being PhD students in the CDT […]

Our School works best when everybody is heard, and nobody is left behind. We are always eager to find out how to improve our community, with regular official feedback opportunities. In the last two years the School Culture survey, Athena Swan focus groups, and the University’s Staff Engagement survey have been implemented. These have revealed some […]

As a PhD student in the School of Informatics, I’ve been researching gender bias in language and language technologies.  Time and again, I’m surprised by how simple people try to make biased language.  As Abeba Birhane stresses in her interview on the podcast The Good Robot, not everything can be conceptualized as a straightforward problem […]


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