Olga Saukh co-organized the 3rd International Workshop for Women in Big Data (together with Katja Rost, Lea Stahel, and Annie Bissonnette, all University of Zurich.)
The workshop takes place from May 18-20, 2022, in Zurich.
Panel Discussion: “Algorithms, Inequality and Diversity”
On Friday, May 20, from 10:30–12:30, Fariba Karimi (CSH Vienna) and Aniko Hannak (Univ of Zurich & CSH External Faculty) will give invited talks and take part in a panel discussion on “Algorithms, Inequality, and Diversity.”
Objectives of the workshop:
This all-women workshop cuts across disciplines. It brings together international scholars working on and being interested in Big Data and digitization research for talks, discussions, informal exchange and networking.
This year we aim to discuss Big Data topics in the areas of health, privacy, online hate speech, disinformation, algorithms, inequality, and gaming, both from a technical and a social science points of view. The workshop brings together leading females from science, technology, engineering, mathematics and social sciences to exchange knowledge and ideas, to enable collaborations and to strengthen informal networks.