Algorithmic fairness and decision landscapes
Dr Annette Zimmermann will develop three arguments for why scrutinizing available decision landscapes matters in our pursuit of algorithmic fairness.
YCCSA “Lightning” talks
Three lightning talks will give an insight into ongoing projects within YCCSA.
Embedding artificial intelligence on chips
Themis Prodromakis will present the challenges in manufacturing and using new AI technologies and examples on how these can be used in practical applications: from bio-electronic medicines to 'AI on a chip' solutions.
Flattening the curve of the COVID-19 infodemic
The World Health Organization acknowledged that “The 2019-nCoV outbreak and response has been accompanied by a massive ‘infodemic’ … that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it”. We will discuss the tools developed at QCRI to provide support towards addressing this problem and information manipulation in general in the context of social media and traditional media outlets.
Professor Amin Shokrollahi introduces a new modulation scheme for chip-to-chip communication known as 'chordal codes'.