Social Responsibility of Algorithms 2022
Social Responsibility of Algorithms 2022 (SRA22) was held virtually on 13-17 June 2022 (UTC).
SRA22 was the third workshop in the SRA series, and focused on algorithmic fairness, explicability / interpretability, trust, privacy, and decision autonomy, with the aim of identifying mutually influential challenges and opportunities for technology and policy-development in EU and Australia.
SRA22 was a collaboration between ANU Centre for European Studies, ANU School of Cybernetics, ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society, DIMACS at Rutgers University, and CNRS LAMSADE. It was organised by Katherine Daniell (ANU), Joseph Guillaume (ANU), Fred Roberts (DIMACS), Alexis Tsoukiás (LAMSADE), Kathy Reid (ANU) and Elizabeth Williams (ANU).
You can find videos and abstracts from SRA22 linked from our program page:
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