Nancy-Tübingen Seminar Monday Feb. 21st 5pm: Carmela Troncoso “Mismatching concerns and definitions in currents trends in ML”

Dear all,
You are very much invited to join us for the second session of our new, Franco-German seminar where we try to explore political and ethical issues related to computer science! 
 
Seminar Tübingen-Nancy
Philosophical Aspects of Computer Science – Ethics, Norms & Responsibility
Organisation : Maël Pégny, Reinhard Kahle, Thomas Piecha, Anna Zielinska, Cyrille Imbert
Archives Henri Poincaré – Philosophie et Recherches sur les Sciences et les Technologies / Université de Lorraine, France
Universität Tübingen, Germany
 
Carmela Troncoso
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), SPRING Lab
 
Mismatching concerns and definitions in current trends in Machine Learning
 
21 February 2022, Monday
17:00 (CET/time of Nancy/Tübingen)
Please register by clicking here (for this and for the future meetings of the seminar)
Both the lecture and the discussion will be in English.
 
 
Abstract
In this talk we will revisit current approaches to fairness and privacy in machine learning, and take a critical look at the concerns they address. We will show that concerns are modeled in a narrow way, and therefore the proposed solutions fall short to provide the protections that are promised in the literature. We will look at three examples and discuss the implications of the mismatch on how these systems may affect society if deployed.

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