16:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC: Doctoral Consortium

Tutorials address technical, policy, regulatory, ethical, or social science aspects of FAccT issues for a broad audience. More information on this year's sessions can be found on the Tutorial accepted sessions page.

UTC+0: 12:00PM-1:30PM Tutorials - Session 1
Technical/Methods Philosophy/Law/Society Philosophy/Law/Society
Causal fairness analysis Fairness Metrics and Non-Discrimination Law: Can Fairness be Legally Automated? Power in Political Philosophy: Nature and Justification
UTC+0: 1:30PM Break
UTC+0: 2:00PM-3:30PM Tutorials - Session 2
Technical/Methods Philosophy/Law/Society
Explainable ML in the Wild: When Not to Trust Your Explanations Sociocultural diversity in machine learning: Lessons from philosophy, psychology, and organizational
Practice
From Publishing to Practice: Bringing AI Model Monitoring to a Healthcare Setting
UTC+0: 3:30PM Break
UTC+0: 4:00PM-5:30PM Tutorials - Session 3
Technical/Methods Philosophy/Law/Society Philosophy/Law/Society
Data Externalities AI on the Ground Approach: Critical methodological reflections and lessons from the field Privacy is Power
Practice Practice
Responsible AI in Industry: Lessons Learned in Practice Thinking through and writing about research ethics beyond "broader impact"
UTC+0: 5:30PM - 6:30PM Long Break
UTC+0: 6:15PM-8:00PM Tutorials - Session 4
Technical/Methods Technical/Methods Philosophy/Law/Society
A Behavioral and Economic Approach to Algorithmic Fairness by Sendhil Mullainathan (Invited) Rediet Abebe (Invited) Fairness and Friends
Practice
A Crash Course in Motivating, Supporting, and Expanding Ethical Thinking in the Tech Classroom
UTC+0: 8:00PM Break
UTC+0: 8:30PM-10:00PM Tutorials - Session 5
Technical/Methods Practice
How to Achieve Both Transparency and Accuracy in Predictive Decision Making: an Introduction to Strategic Prediction Using Harms and Benefits to Ground Practical AI Fairness Assessments in Finance

CRAFT sessions bring together academics of all disciplines and people representing different communities of practice (including journalism, advocacy, activism, organizing, education, art, spirituality, public authorities) in the spririt of reflection and response. CRAFT aims for interaction among participants, and pprioritize formats that allow participants to share and explore starting assumptions, prior experiences, or competing values and to foster community building, collaborative knowledge production, and future engagement.  More information on this year's sessions can be found on the CRAFT accepted sessions page.

UTC+0: 12:00PM-1:30PM CRAFTS Sessions - Track 1, 2 & 3
Session 1: Track 1 Session 1: Track 2 Session 1: Track 3
Inspecting algorithms in social media platforms: bridging regulators and independent auditors An Equality Opportunity: Combating Disability Discrimination in AI Accountable AI for disaster risk management - FAccT considerations on risk models, geospatial data, and inclusivity of lower- and middle-income countries
UTC+0: 1:30PM Break
UTC+0: 2:00PM-5:00PM CRAFTS Sessions - Track 1, 2 & 3
Session 2: Track 1 Session 2: Track 2 Session 2: Track 3
There’s an app for that - how can digital contact tracing apps promote fair, inclusive, and just health technologies? Civic empowerment in the development and deployment of AI Systems Data Cards Playbook: Participatory Activities for Dataset Documentation
UTC+0: 5:00PM-5:30PM Long Break
UTC+0: 5:30PM-9:00PM CRAFTS Sessions - Track 1, 2 & 3
Session 3: Track 1
UTC+0: 6:00-7:30pm
Session 3: Track 2
UTC+0: 5:30-7:00 pm
Session 3: Track 3
UTC+0: 6:00-9:00pm
Narratives and Counternarratives on Data Practices in the Global South Participatory Methods in AI research (a.k.a. everything you always wanted to ask about using participatory methods in your work) Data Cards Playbook: Participatory Activities for Dataset Documentation
(times variable) Break
UTC+0: 7:30PM-10:00PM CRAFTS Sessions - Track 1 & 2
Session 4: Track 1
UTC+0: 8:00-9:30 pm
Session 4: Track 2
UTC+0: 7:30 - 10:00 pm
Bridging Research and Policy: An Interactive Workshop on How to Use AI and Policy to Uplift Economic Opportunity in Communities of Color Contesting and Rethinking Demographic Data Infrastructures for Algorithmic Fairness

In addition to live stream, paper presentations will be made available for asynchronous viewing at the beginning of each day. Keynotes and panels will be streamed live.  

UTC +0: 11:45PM - 12:00PM:  Welcome + opening remarks
UTC+0: 12:00PM - 1:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 1

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 2

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Mitigating Bias in Set Selection with Noisy...

Title: Image Representations Learned With Unsupervised...

Title: Group Fairness: Independence Revisited

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Corporate Social Responsibility via Multi-Armed Bandits

Title: Building and Auditing Fair Algorithms...

Title: When the Umpire is also a Player: Bias in Private Label...

UTC+0: 1:45PM Break
UTC+0: 2:00PM - 3:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 3

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 4

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Standardized Tests and Affirmative Action...

Title: From Papers to Programs: Courts, Corporations, Clinics ...

Title: On the Moral Justification of Statistical Parity

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Fifty Shades of Grey: In Praise of a Nuanced Approach...

Title: The Sanction of Authority: Promoting Public Trust in AI

Title: Formalizing Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Prerequisites...

UTC+0: 3:45PM Break
UTC+0: 4:00PM - 4:45PM Long Break
UTC+0: 5:00PM - 6:00PM

Plenary Panel

Title: Health Inequities, Machine Learning, and the Covid Looking Glass

Panelists: Marzyeh Ghassemi (U of Toronto), Seda Gürses (TU Delft), and Inioluwa Deborah (Deb) Raji (Mozilla)

Moderator: Alix Dunn (Computer Says Maybe)

-60- min

UTC+0: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

Keynote

Speaker: Yeshimabeit Milner (Data For Black Lives)

Title: Health, Technology, and Race

Discussant: Mary Gray (Microsoft Research)

-60- min

UTC+0: 7:00PM - 8:00PM Long Break
UTC+0: 8:00PM - 9:30PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 5

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 6

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Title: Reasons, Values, Stakeholders: A Philosophical...

Title: High Dimensional Model Explanations...

Title: How can I choose an explainer? An Application-grounded...

Title: Impossible Explanations? Beyond explainable AI in the...

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: The Effect of Differential Victim Crime Reporting...

Title: Algorithmic Fairness in Predicting Opioid Use Disorder...

Title: A Bayesian Model of Cash Bail Decisions

UTC+0: 9:30PM Break
UTC+0: 10:00PM - 11:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 7

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 8

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Allocating Opportunities in a Dynamic Model...

Title: The Distributive Effects of Risk Prediction...

Title: The Effect of the Rooney Rule on Implicit Bias...

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Designing an Online Infrastructure for Collecting AI Data...

Title: Value Cards: An Educational Toolkit for Teaching Social...

Title: Towards Accountability for Machine Learning Datasets...

UTC+0: 11:30PM Break
UTC+0: 12:00AM - 1:30AM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 9

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 10

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Towards Fair Deep Anomaly Detection

Title: Evaluating Fairness of Machine Learning Models Under...

Title: Detecting Discriminatory Risk through Data Annotation...

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Re-imagining Algorithmic Fairness in India and Beyond

Title: Algorithmic Impact Assessments and Accountability...

In addition to live stream, paper presentations will be made available for asynchronous viewing at the beginning of each day. Keynotes and panels will be streamed live.  

11:45 UTC - 12:00 UTC:  Welcome + Tuesday overview
UTC+0: 12:00PM-1:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 11

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 12

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Narratives and Counternarratives on Data Sharing in Africa

Title: The Ethics of Emotion in Artificial Intelligence Systems

Title: The Algorithmic Leviathan: Arbitrariness, Fairness...

Title: Fairness, Equality, and Power in Algorithmic Decision-Making

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: A semiotically-based epistemic tool to reason about...

Title: Reviewable Automated Decision-Making: A Framework...

Title: An Action-Oriented AI Policy Toolkit for Technology Audits...

Title: Algorithmic Recourse: from Counterfactual Explanations...

UTC+0: 1:45PM Break
UTC+0: 2:00PM-3:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 13

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 14

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Leveraging Administrative Data for Bias Audits...

Title: Designing Accountable Systems

Title: TILT: A GDPR-Aligned Transparency Information...

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Fairness Violations and Mitigation under Covariate Shift

Title: Removing Spurious Features can Hurt Accuracy and Affect...

Title: Epistemic values in feature importance methods: Lessons...

Title: Representativeness in Statistics, Politics, and Machine...

UTC+0: 3:00PM Break
UTC+0: 4:00PM-5:00PM Long Break
UTC+0: 5:00PM-6:00PM

Plenary Panel

Title: Causality, Fairness, and its Limitations

Panelists: Kosuke Imai (Harvard), Issa Kohler-Hausmann (Yale), and Ricardo Silva (UCL)

Moderator: Alix Dunn (Computer Says Maybe)

-60- min

UTC+0: 6:00PM-7:00PM

Keynote

Speaker: Katrina Ligett (Hewbrew University)

Title: In Praise of (Flawed) Mathematical Models

Discussant: Suresh Venkatasubramanian (U of Utah)

-60- min

UTC+0: 7:00PM-8:00PM Long Break
UTC+0: 8:00PM-9:45M Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 15

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 16

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Title: Differential Tweetment: Mitigating Racial Dialect Bias...

Title: Spoken Corpora Data, Automatic Speech Recognition...

Title: Towards Cross-Lingual Generalization of Translation...

Title: Socially Fair k-Means Clustering

Title: "What We Can't Measure, We Can't Understand": Challenges...

Title: Fairness Through Robustness: Investigating Robustness...

UTC+0: 9:45PM Break
UTC+0: 10:00PM-11:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 17

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 18

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Price Discrimination with Fairness Constraints

Title: Better Together? How Externalities of Size Complicate...

Title: Fairness, Welfare, and Equity in Personalized Pricing

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Can You Fake It Until You Make It?: Impacts of Differentially...

Title: Leave-one-out Unfairness

Title: Chasing Your Long Tails: Differentially Private Prediction...

UTC+0: 11:45PM Break
UTC+0: 12:00AM-1:30AM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 19

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 20

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: A Pilot Study in Surveying Clinical Judgments to Evaluate...

Title: Fair Clustering via Equitable Group Representations

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Computer Science Communities: Who is Speaking, and Who...

Title: The Whole Thing Smacks of Gender: Algorithmic Exclusion...

Title: Black Feminist Musings on Algorithmic Oppression

In addition to paper presentations, plenary panel, and keynote, on the final day of the conference there will also be a virtual town hall and presention of paper awards. 

11:45 UTC - 12:00 UTC:  Welcome + Wednesday overview
UTC+0: 12:00PM-1:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 21

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 22

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Data Leverage: A Framework for Empowering the Public...

Title: Documenting Computer Vision Datasets: An Invitation...

Title: Outlining Traceability: A Principle for Operationalizing...

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Biases in Generative Art---A Causal Look from the Lens...

Title: Measurement and Fairness

Title: One Label, One Billion Faces: Usage and Consistency...

UTC+0: 1:45PM Break
UTC+0: 2:00PM-3:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 23

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 24

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: An Agent-based Model to Evaluate Interventions on Online...

Title: Operationalizing Framing to Support Multiperspective...

Title: From Optimizing Engagement to Measuring Value

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Avoiding Disparity Amplification under Different Worldviews

Title: “You Can’t Sit With Us”: Exclusionary Pedagogy in AI...

Title: "I agree with the decision, but they didn't deserve this"...

UTC+0: 3:45PM Break
UTC+0: 4:00PM-5:00PM Long Break
UTC+0: 5:00PM-6:00PM

Plenary Panel

Title: The Future is Up for Grabs

Panelists: Sasha Costanza-Chock (Algorithmic Justice League), Cori Crider (Foxglove), and Vidushi Marda (Article19)

Moderator: Alix Dunn (Computer Says Maybe)

-60- min

UTC+0: 6:00PM-7:00PM

Keynote

Speaker: Julia Angwin (The Markup)

Title: Algorithms, Accountability, and Journalism

Moderator: Carly Kind (Ada Lovelace Institute)

-60- min

UTC+0: 7:00PM-8:00PM Long Break
UTC+0: 8:00PM-9:30PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1 Track 2

Session 25

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Session 26

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

Title: The Use and Misuse of Counterfactuals in Ethical...

Title: Fairness in Risk Assessment Instruments...

Title: Censorship of Online Encyclopedias: Implications...

Title: On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots: Can Language Models...

Title: BOLD: Dataset and Metrics for Measuring Biases...

UTC+0: 9:45PM Break
UTC+0: 10:00PM-11:45PM Paper presentations (dual-track)
Track 1

Session 27

Dedicated time to watch videos -60- min

LIVE Q&A -45- min

Title: Bridging Machine Learning and Mechanism Design...

Title: Fair Classification with Group-Dependent Label Noise

Title: A Statistical Test for Probabilistic Fairness

UTC+0: 11:45PM Break
UTC+0: 12:00AM-12:45AM FAccT Townhall

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