CSH team leader Fariba Karimi will give a virtual talk as part of the ANET (Agglomeration & Social Networks Research Labs) Lab Seminar Series.
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In this talk, I show how fundamental properties of social interactions such as homophily can result in the emergence of inequalities and biases in society and algorithms and what societal consequences it has on the visibility of minorities.
NET Lab Seminar Series Schedule Fall 2021:
- András Borsos (MNB, CSH)
- Miloš Resimić (ELTE, TI)
- Morgan R. Frank (University of Pittsburgh)
- Zachary P. Neal (Michigan State University)
- Neave O’Clery (UCL, University of Oxford, Harvard University)
- Fariba Karimi (CSH, CEU)
- Frank Neffke (CSH, Harvard University)
- Omar A. Guerrero (UCL, The Alan Turing Institute)
- Frank W. Takes (Leiden University, University of Amsterdam)