UTC-3 8:45am - 9:00am Welcome Notes
General Chairs
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UTC-3 9:00am - 10:00am Keynote I:
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Virgilio Almeida, Federal University of Minas Gerais
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UTC-3 10:10am - 11:10am Proceedings I
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Biometric data & images of people Model governance, access, and documentation Explainable AI
Regulating AI-Based Remote Biometric Identification. Investigating the Public Demand for Bans, Audits, and Public Database Registrations - Kimon Kieslich

Attitudes Toward Facial Analysis AI: A Cross-National Study Comparing Argentina, Kenya, Japan, and the USA - Chiara Ullstein

The Harmful Fetishisation of Reductive Personal Tracking Metrics in Digital Systems - Laura Carter

Generalized People Diversity: Learning a Human Perception-Aligned Diversity Representation for People Images -
Visibility into AI Agents - Alan Chan

Moderating Model Marketplaces: Platform Governance Puzzles for AI Intermediaries - Michael Veale

The Emerging Artifacts of Centralized Open-Code - Madiha Zahrah Choksi

Black-Box Access is Insufficient for Rigorous AI Audits - Stephen Casper
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A Critical Survey on Fairness Benefits of Explainable AI - Luca Deck

BaBE: Enhancing Fairness via Estimation of Explaining Variables - Ruta Binkyte

MiMICRI: Towards Domain-centered Counterfactual Explanations of Cardiovascular Image Classification Models - Grace Guo

Meaningful Transparency for Clinicians: Operationalising HCXAI Research with Gynaecologists - Bianca Schor
UTC-3 11:10am - 11:35am Coffee Break
UTC-3 11:35am - 12:50pm Proceedings II
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Recourse, repair, and oversight Diversity, utility, and fairness in ranking & reccommendation Critiquing and re-thinking AI ethics
CARMA: A practical framework to generate recommendations for causal algorithmic recourse at scale - Ayan Majumdar

Trust Development and Repair in AI-Assisted Decision-Making during Complementary Expertise - Saumya Pareek

Actionable Recourse for Automated Decisions: Examining the Effects of Counterfactual Explanation Type and Presentation on Lay User Understanding - Peter M. VanNostrand

On the Quest for Effectiveness in Human Oversight: Interdisciplinary Perspectives - Sarah Sterz
Diversity of What? On the Different Conceptualizations of Diversity in Recommender Systems - Sanne Vrijenhoek

Recommend Me? Designing Fairness Metrics with Providers - Jessie Smith

Fairness in Online Ad Delivery - Joachim Baumann

Learning Fair Ranking Policies via Differentiable Optimization of Ordered Weighted Averages - My H Dinh

Structural Interventions and the Dynamics of Inequality - Aurora Zhang
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Mapping AI ethics: a meso-scale analysis of its charters and manifestos - Melanie Gornet

The Digital Faces of Oppression and Domination: A Relational and Egalitarian Perspective on the Data-driven Society and its Regulation. - Laurens Naudts

AI Ethics Coheres Because of Anti-Blackness - Gabriel Medina-Kim
UTC-3 12:50pm - 2:20pm Lunch
UTC-3 2:20pm - 3:20pm Proceedings III
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Anticipating impacts & testing capabilities On the impact of interventions & design choices Privacy considerations Fair & robust ML in deployment settings Human rights & environmental justice
Constructing Capabilities: The Politics of Testing Infrastructures for Generative AI - Gabriel Grill

Adversarial Nibbler: An Open Red-Teaming Method for Identifying Diverse Harms in Text-to-Image Generation - Jessica Quaye

My Future with My Chatbot: A Scenario-Driven, User-Centric Approach to Anticipating AI Impacts - Kimon Kieslich

When Human-AI Interactions Become Parasocial: Agency and Anthropomorphism in Affective Design - Takuya Maeda

Mapping the individual, social and biospheric impacts of Foundation Models - Andrés Domínguez Hernández
From the Fair Distribution of Predictions to the Fair Distribution of Social Goods: Evaluating the Impact of Fair Machine Learning on Long-Term Unemployment - Sebastian Zezulka

One Model Many Scores: Using Multiverse Analysis to Prevent Fairness Hacking and Evaluate the Influence of Model Design Decisions - Jan Simson

The Fall of an Algorithm: Characterizing the Dynamics Toward Abandonment - Nari Johnson

How the Types of Consequences in Social Scoring Systems Shape People's Perceptions and Behavioral Reactions -

Structural Interventions and the Dynamics of Inequality - Aurora Zhang
Algorithmic Transparency and Participation through the Handoff Lens: Lessons Learned from the U.S. Census Bureau's Adoption of Differential Privacy - Amina Abdu

Analyzing And Editing Inner Mechanisms of Backdoored Language Models - Max Lamparth

Silencing the Risk, Not the Whistle: A Semi-automated Text Sanitization Tool for Mitigating the Risk of Whistleblower Re-Identification - Dimitri Staufer

Fairness without Sensitive Attributes via Knowledge Sharing - Hongliang Ni
Insights From Insurance for Fair Machine Learning - Christian Fröhlich

Laboratory-Scale AI: Open-Weight Models are Competitive with ChatGPT Even in Low-Resource Settings - Robert Wolfe

The Impact of iBuying is About More Than Just Racial Disparities: Evidence from Mecklenburg County, NC - Isaac Slaughter

Achieving Reproducibility in EEG-based Machine Learning - Sean Kinahan
Trouble at Sea: Data and digital technology challenges for maritime human rights concerns - Jamie Hancock

The tensions of data sharing for human rights: A modern slavery case study - Jamie Hancock

"Like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic"? Feasibility, Fairness, and Ethical Concerns of a Citizen Carbon Budget for Reducing CO2 Emissions - Gisela Reyes-Cruz

Power Hungry Processing: Watts Driving the Cost of AI Deployment? - Yacine Jernite
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UTC-3 3:30pm - 5:00pm Doctoral Colloquium I and CRAFT I
Doctoral Colloquium CRAFT 1 CRAFT 2 CRAFT 3 CRAFT 4
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- Artists and the Impact of AI Art: A Discussion on AI Regulation Activism - Harry Jiang, Carnegie Mellon University Better Utopias: resisting Silicon Valley ideology and decolonizing our imaginaries of the future - Nina da Hora, Joana Varon, Annette Zimmermann Grounded Frameworks for auditing public sector uses of AI in Latin America - Jamila Venturini, Derechos Digitales Black in Generative AI - Rashida Richardson Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science Northeastern University School of Law & College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Robin Brewer Assistant Professor University of Michigan School of Information

Chrisitna Harrington Research Scientist Google Research

Denae Ford Robinson Research Scientist Microsoft Research

Courtney Heldreth Research Scientist Google Research

Eric Corbett
UTC-3 5:00pm - 5:25pm Coffee Break
UTC-3 3:30pm - 5:00pm Doctoral Colloquium II and CRAFT II and Tutorials I
Doctoral Colloquium CRAFT 5 CRAFT 6 Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2
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- Generative AI Labor Impacts: A Time Capsule of Workers' Stories - Alex Hanna [Distributed AI Research Institute (DAIR)] Tamara Kneese [Data & Society Research Institute] Nataliya Nedzhvetskaya [University of California, Berkeley; Collective Action in Tech] Clarissa Redwine [Collective Action in Tech] Kristen Sheets [Collective Action in Tech] Xiaowei Wang [UCLA/Center on Race and Digital Justice] cont'd from CRAFT 2 Documenting AI's Environmental Impact - Bran Knowles, David Piorkowski, John T. Richards Risks of General-Purpose LLMs for Settling Newcomers in Canada - Isar Nejadgholi, Maryam Molamohammadi, Samir Bakhtawar
- - - Practice tutorial: Creating Ethical Charters in AI Development - Margaret Mitchell, Giada Pistilli -
UTC-3 8:45am - 9:00am Welcome Notes
General Chairs
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UTC-3 9:00am - 10:00am Keynote II:
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Seeta Peña Gangadharan, London School of Economics
UTC-3 10:00am - 10:10am Break
UTC-3 10:10am - 11:10am Proceedings IV
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Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Fairness & Harms Participatory Approaches Education in AI, AI in Education When LLMs are being deployed RAI work in industry and government
Algorithmic Pluralism: A Structural Approach To Equal Opportunity - Shomik Jain

Analyzing the Relationship Between Difference and Ratio-Based Fairness Metrics - Min-Hsuan Yeh

Beyond Behaviorist Representational Harms: A Plan for Measurement and Mitigation - Jennifer Chien

Not my Voice! A Taxonomy of Ethical and Safety Harms of Speech Generators - Wiebke Hutiri
Beyond Individual Accountability: (Re-)Asserting Democratic Control of AI - Daniel Bogiatzis-Gibbons

Collective Constitutional AI: Aligning a Language Model with Public Input - Saffron Huang

Preference Elicitation as Participatory Objective Design -

Participation in the Age of Foundation Models - Harini Suresh and Emily Tseng
Drivers and persuasive strategies to influence user intention to learn about manipulative design - Pooria Babaei

Visions of a Discipline: Analyzing Introductory AI Courses on YouTube - Severin Engelmann

Responsible Adoption of Generative AI in Higher Education: Developing a “Points to Consider” Approach Based on Faculty Perspectives - Ravit Dotan

Auditing for Racial Discrimination in the Delivery of Education Ads - Basileal Imana
NLP for Maternal Healthcare: Perspectives and Guiding Principles in the Age of LLMs - Maria Antoniak

A Robot Walks into a Bar: Can Language Models Serve as Creativity SupportTools for Comedy? An Evaluation of LLMs' Humour Alignment with Comedians - Piotr Mirowski

Escalation Risks from Language Models in Military and Diplomatic Decision-Making - Anka Reuel

The Impact and Opportunities of Generative AI in Fact-Checking - Robert Wolfe
Learning about Responsible AI On-The-Job: Learning Pathways, Orientations, and Aspirations - Michael Madaio

Talking past each other? Navigating discourse on ethical AI: Comparing the discourse on ethical AI policy by Big Tech companies and the European Commission - Cornelia Evers

Epistemic Power in AI Ethics Labor: Legitimizing Located Complaints -

Auditing Work: Exploring the New York City algorithmic bias audit regime - Lara Groves
UTC-3 11:10am - 11:35am Coffee Break
UTC-3 11:35am - 1:05pm CRAFT III:
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In Código of Hope: Possibilities of Global Solidarity and Activism in Academic Spaces - Arjun Subramonian (University of California, Los Angeles; Queer in AI), Evani Radiya-Dixit (Stanford University), Christina Chance (University of California, Los Angeles) Towards Responsible Non-extractive AI Research and Collaboration with Indigenous Communities: Centering Language Communities in NLP Ethics, Fairness and Accountability - Edem Wornyo, Google Research, New York, USA; Ben Hutchinson, Sydney, Australia; Claudio Santos Pinhanez, IBM Research, Brasil; Luciana Benotti, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Argentina; Vukosi Marivate, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Zara Wudiri, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria; Michael and Caroline Running Wolf, Buffalo Tongue, Canada; Aline Paes, Universidade Federal Fluminense, RJ, Brasil; Altaci Kokama, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Brasil; Andrew Smart, Google Research, USA; Jamila Smith Loud, Google Research, USA; Donald Martin, Google Research, USA; Katherine Heller, Google Research, USA; Ding Wang, Google Research, USA; Beth Coleman, University of Toronto, Canada;Te Mihinga Komene, University of Otago, New Zealand; Kathy DeerInWater, American Indian Science and Education Society, USA Decoding Hate in the Horn of Africa's Digital Landscape - - Nuredin Ali (DAIR Institute) - Timnit Gebru (DAIR Institute) - Zeerak Talat (Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI)) Countering AI Harms through Public Interest Litigation - Bilel Benbouzid & Nathalie Smuha Do repositories of public algorithms in Latin America effectively promote transparency? - Juan David Gutiérrez, Associate Professor, School of Government, Universidad de los Andes.

Verónica Rojas Montes, Professor of Law & Technology (Information Society) at Pontificia Católica del Perú.

Jorge Luis Ordelin Font, Professor of Intellectual Property Rights, Law & New Technologies at CIDE.

Romina Garrido, Subdirector of GobLab, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.

Nicolo Zingales, Professor at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) Law School.
UTC-3 1:05pm - 2:35pm Lunch and Social: JAAKLAC Iniciativa Digital Education for All lunch
UTC-3 2:35pm - 3:35pm Keynote III: Roundtable on Digital Colonialism
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Roundtable: Digital Colonialism - Joaquim Melo, Nina da Hora, Alexsandro Mesquita
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UTC-3 3:45pm - 5:00pm Proceedings V
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Bias & factuality in LLMs On group fairness Content moderation challenges and failures Towards better data practices AI & the justice system
Large Language Models Portray Socially Subordinate Groups as More Homogeneous, Consistent with a Bias Observed in Humans - Messi H.J. Lee

One vs. Many: Comprehending Accurate Information from Multiple Erroneous and Inconsistent AI Generations - Yoonjoo Lee

Knowledge-Enhanced Language Models Are Not Bias-Proof: Situated Knowledge and Epistemic Injustice in AI - Angelie Kraft

Transforming Dutch: Debiasing Dutch Coreference Resolution Systems for Non-binary Pronouns - Goya van Boven

Tackling Language Modelling Bias in Support of Linguistic Diversity -
Designing Long-term Group Fair Policies in Dynamical Systems - Miriam Rateike

Group Fairness via Group Consensus - Eunice Chan

Mitigating Group Bias in Federated Learning for Heterogeneous Devices - Khotso Selialia

A structured regression approach for evaluating model performance across intersectional subgroups - Hanna Wallach
Misgendered During Moderation: How Transgender Bodies Make Visible Cisnormative Content Moderation Policies and Enforcement in a Meta Oversight Board Case - Samuel Mayworm

Trans-centered moderation: Trans technology creators and centering transness in platform and community governance - Hibby Thach

Auditing GPT's Content Moderation Guardrails: Can ChatGPT Write Your Favorite TV Show? - Yaaseen Mahomed

Disentangling Perceptions of Offensiveness: Cultural and Moral Correlates - Aida Mostafazadeh Davani

Algorithmic Arbitrariness in Content Moderation - Caio Vieira Machado
Machine Learning Data Practices through a Data Curation Lens: An Evaluation Framework - Eshta Bhardwaj

Data Agency Theory: A Precise Theory of Justice for AI Applications - Leah Ajmani

Lazy Data Practices Harm Fairness Research - Jan Simson

Data Feminism for AI - Lauren Klein
Beyond Use-Cases: A Participatory Approach to Envisioning Data Science in Law Enforcement - Caitlin Kearney

Evidence of What, for Whom? The Socially Contested Role of Algorithmic Bias in a Predictive Policing Tool - Marta Ziosi

Overriding (in)justice: pretrial risk assessment administration on the frontlines - Sarah Riley

Perceptions of Policing Surveillance Technologies in Detroit: Moving Beyond "Better than Nothing" - Alex Jiahong Lu

Gender Bias Detection in Court Decisions: A Brazilian Case Study - Raysa Benatti
UTC-3 5:00pm - 5:25pm Coffee Break
UTC-3 5:25pm - 6:55pm Tutorials II:
Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7
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Responsible AI in the Generative Era: Science and Practice - Alicia Sagae, Nil-Jana Akpinar, Riccardo Fogliato, Mia Mayer, Michael Kearns What is Sociotechnical AI Safety? What Do We Want It To Be? A FAccT Community Workshop - Andrew Smart, Renee Shelby, Jacob Metcalf, Shalaleh Rismani, Genevieve Smith, Luca Belli, Joshua A. Kroll, Roel Dobbe, Atoosa Kasirzadeh,Shazeda Ahmed, Heidy Khlaaf, Researcher, Abbie Jacobs, Jamila Smith-Loud, Sonja Schmer-Galunder, Negar Rostamzadeh EDIA Demo: Bias assessment for experts in discrimination, not in computer science - luciana benotti; guido ivetta The Watchdog and the Government Exploring Transparency Models for Public Sector Algorithms - Gabriel Geiger, Justin-Casimir Braun, Soizic Penicaud Translation/Dialogue Tutorial: Navigating Equity and Reflexive Practices in Gigwork Design---A Journey Mapping Experience - Alicia Boyd, Danielle Cummings, Angie Zhang
UTC-3 8:45am - 9:00am Welcome Notes
General Chairs
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UTC-3 9:00am - 10:00am Keynote IV:
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Community Keynote - Polinho Mota
UTC-3 10:00am - 10:10am Break
UTC-3 10:10am - 11:10am Proceedings VI
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Fair ML Data issues and their impact Benchmarking and evaluating models and data Consequences from algorithmic deployment @ work
Learning Fairness from Demonstrations via Inverse Reinforcement Learning - Jack Blandin

PreFAIR: Combining Partial Preferences for Fair Consensus Decision-making - Kathleen Cachel

Diversified Ensembling: An Experiment in Crowdsourced Machine Learning - Ira Globus-Harris

Addressing Discretization-Induced Bias in Demographic Prediction - Evan Dong
AI Art is Theft: Labour, Extraction, and Exploitation, or, On the Dangers of Stochastic Pollocks 🎨 - Trystan S. Goetze

A Critical Analysis of the Largest Source for Generative AI Training Data: Common Crawl - Sierra Wyllie

Fairness Feedback Loops: Training on Synthetic Data Amplifies Bias - Sierra Wyllie

Real Risks of Fake Data: Synthetic Data, Diversity-Washing and Consent Circumvention - Cedric Whitney
WorldBench: Quantifying Geographic Disparities in LLM Factual Recall - Mazda Moayeri

Towards Geographic Inclusion in the Evaluation of Text-to-Image Models - Melissa Hall

Benchmarking the Fairness of Image Upsampling Methods - Mike Laszkiewicz

Value is in the Eye of the Beholder: A Framework for an Equitable Graph Data Evaluation - Francesco Paolo Nerini
No Simple Fix: How AI Harms Reflect Power and Jurisdiction in the Workplace - Nataliya Nedzhvetskaya

The Conflict Between Algorithmic Fairness and Non-Discrimination: An Analysis of Fair Automated Hiring - Robert Lee Poe

A Systematic Review of Biometric Monitoring in the Workplace: Analyzing Socio-technical Harms in Development, Deployment and Use - Ezra Awumey

Identifying and Improving Disability Bias in GPT-Based Resume Screening - Kate Glazko

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UTC-3 11:35am - 12:50pm Proceedings VII
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Algorithmic auditing Transparency & explainability Trust and reliance In search for less discriminatory algorithms The politics and challenges with categorization & classification
A Framework for Assurance Audits of Algorithmic Systems - Khoa Lam

Law and the Emerging Political Economy of Algorithmic Audits - Petros Terzis

Careless Whisper: Speech-to-text Hallucination Harms - Allison Koenecke

Human, all too human: accounting for automation bias in generative Large Language Models - Irina Carnat

Null Compliance: NYC Local Law 144 and the challenges of algorithm accountability -
Regulating Explainability in Machine Learning Applications -- Observations from a Policy Design Experiment - Nadia Nahar

An Information Bottleneck Characterization of the Understanding-Workload Tradeoff in Human-Centered Explainable AI - Mycal Tucker

Transparency in the Wild: Navigating Transparency in a Deployed AI System to Broaden Need-Finding Approaches - Violet Turri

Automated Transparency: A Legal and Empirical Analysis of the Digital Services Act Transparency Database - Rishabh Kaushal

Seeing through opacity: The limitations of digital ad transparency in Brazil -
I'm Not Sure, But...: Examining the Impact of Large Language Models' Uncertainty Expression on User Reliance and Trust - Sunnie S. Y. Kim

Intervening to Increase Community Trust for Fair Network Outcomes - Naina Balepur

Should Users Trust Advanced AI Assistants? Justified Trust As a Function of Competence and Alignment - Arianna Manzini

Investigating and Designing for Trust in AI-powered Code Generation Tools - Ruotong Wang

A Decision Theoretic Framework for Measuring AI Reliance - Ziyang Guo
Operationalizing the Search for Less Discriminatory Alternatives in Fair Lending - Vitaly Meursault

Algorithmic Fairness in Performative Policy Learning: Escaping the Impossibility of Group Fairness - Seamus Somerstep

The Legal Duty to Search for Less Discriminatory Algorithms -

Unlawful Proxy Discrimination: A Framework for Challenging Inherently Discriminatory Algorithms - Hilde Weerts
Data, Annotation, and Meaning-Making: The Politics of Categorization in Annotating a Dataset of Faith-based Communal Violence - Mohammad Rashidujjaman Rifat

Ethnic Classifications in Algorithmic Fairness: Concepts, Measures and Implications in Practice - Christoph Kern

Racial/Ethnic Categories in AI and Algorithmic Fairness: Why They Matter and What They Represent - Jennifer Mickel

Embracing Diversity: Interpretable Zero-shot Classification Beyond One Vector Per Class - Mazda Moayeri
UTC-3 12:50pm - 2:20pm Lunch and Social: Radical AI lunch
UTC-3 2:20pm - 3:20pm Keynote V:
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Stephanie Nguyen, U.S. Federal Trade Commission
UTC-3 3:20pm - 3:30pm Break
UTC-3 3:30pm - 5:00pm Tutorials III:
Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12
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Translating Lessons from 100 Years of Safety Engineering to Responsible ML Development - Shalaleh Rismani, Roel Dobbe, AJung Moon Not Just Metrics: Qualitative Evaluations for Geo-Cultural Representation in Generative AI Technologies - Rida Qadri, Sunipa Dev,; Remi Denton, Mark Diaz, Aida Davani How to Anticipate Generative AI's Impacts on Children's Rights - Hye Jung Han How to Conduct Human Rights Assessments of AI: Methodology and Comparison to Other Assessment Fameworks - Lindsey Andersen, Hannah Darnton, Betsy Popken Developing Gen AI in the Global South; debating five practical cases and their challenges - Rachel Adams, Clemence Kyara, Fola Adeleke,Aarushi Gupta, Christian Perrone
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UTC-3 5:25pm - 6:55pm CRAFT IV:
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In Código of Hope: Collective Methodologies to Reimagine Languages that Connect Us - Liliana Zaragoza Cano (ellae/they), Feminist AI Research Network (f<A+i>r) América Latina & Caribe Hub. Anaelia Ovalle (they/them), Feminist AI Research Network (f<A+i>r) América Latina & Caribe Hub, Queer in AI core organizer, University of California Los Angeles, Visions of Afro-feminist Emancipatory, Liberatory AI (VELAI) - Bobina Zulfa, POLLICY Bonnita Nyamwire, POLLICY Designing for the Long Tail: Case Studies in Contextual ML Design - Nyalleng Moorosi, Raesetje Sefala, Asmelash Teka Centering communities' visions of success: a data feminist approach to impact evaluation of cross-sector partnerships - Hongjin Lin (Harvard University), Dasha Pruss (Harvard University), Pablo Nunes (O Panóptico project, Brasil), Thallita Lima (O Panóptico project, Brasil), Chinasa T. Okolo (Brookings Institute), Helena Suárez Val (Feminicidio Uruguay and Universidad Tecnológica del Uruguay, Uruguay), Alessandra Jungs de Almeida (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina and MIT), Isadora Araujo Cruxen (Queen Mary University of London), Lauren Klein (Emory University), Catherine D'Ignazio (MIT) AI in the Classroom: Participation Models for the School Community - Júlia Mendonça, Carla Rodrigues e Eduardo Mendonça
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UTC-3 8:45am - 9:00am Welcome Notes
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UTC-3 9:00am - 10:00am Keynote VI:
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Sanmi Koyejo, Stanford University
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UTC-3 10:10am - 11:10am Proceedings VIII:
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AI & the public sector Fairness: features, attributes, and labels Questioning assumptions
Perceptive Visual Urban Analytics is Not (Yet) Suitable for Municipalities - Tim Alpherts

AI Failure Cards: Understanding and Supporting Grassroots Efforts to Mitigate AI Failures in Homeless Services - Ningjing Tang

Beyond Eviction Prediction: Leveraging Local Spatiotemporal Public Records to Inform Action - Tasfia Mashiat

Hypercontrolled Connectivity: Navigating Love and Regulation in the Shadows of the Smart Prison -
Impact Charts: A Tool for Identifying Systematic Bias in Social Systems and Data - Darren Vengroff

The Impact of Differential Feature Under-reporting on Algorithmic Fairness - Nil-Jana Akpinar

A preprocessing Shapley value-based approach to detect relevant and disparity prone features in machine learning - Guilherme Dean Pelegrina

A Causal Perspective on Label Bias - Stephen Pfohl
Legitimate Power, Illegitimate Automation: The problem of ignoring legitimacy in automated decision systems - Jake Stone

The Neutrality Fallacy: When Algorithmic Fairness Interventions are (Not) Positive Action - Hilde Weerts

Trust Issues: Discrepancies in Trustworthy AI Keywords Use in Policy and Research - Autumn Toney

From Model Performance to Claim: How a Change of Focus in Machine Learning Replicability Can Help Bridge the Responsibility Gap - Tianqi Kou
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UTC-3 11:35am - 12:50pm Town Hall Meeting
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UTC-3 12:50pm - 2:20pm Lunch
UTC-3 2:20pm - 3:50pm CRAFT V and Tutorials IV
CRAFT 17 CRAFT 18 CRAFT 19 Tutorial 13 Tutorial 14
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Eureka Moment: Feminism, Culture and AI to Reimagine our Futures - Data-Pop Alliance & Eureka
Julie Ricard
Ivette Yáñez Soria
Anna Spinardi
Leticia Hora
Amanda Quiterio
Building Feminist AI in Latin America: experiences from the ground - Alejandra Josiowicz, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-Argentina Kruskaya Hidalgo Cordero, Platform Observatory, International Equalities Institute, Ecuador - México Diana Mosquera, Diversa Studio, Ecuador Susana Cadena Vela, Universidad Central del Ecuador, Ecuador Ivana Feldfeber, DataGenero, Argentina Virginia Brussa, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina Genoveva Vargas-Solar, CNRS, LIRIS, Francia-México Paola Ricaurte, Tecnológico de Monterrey, México-Ecuador Copyright and Generative AI: Legal Challenges on the Creative Frontier in Brazil' - Cristina Alves - Tech and Policy Researcher at ITS Rio / João Victor Archegas - Sênior Tech and Policy Researcher / Celina Bottino - Project Director at ITS Rio Algorithm Auditing and Generative AI - Danaë Metaxa, Leon Yin, Sarah Cen, Leonardo Nicoletti, Piotr Sapieżyński LLM Agents: Prospects and Impacts - Seth Lazar, Dylan Hadfield
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UTC-3 4:15pm - 5:45pm CRAFT VI and Tutorials V
CRAFT 20 CRAFT 21 Tutorial 15 CRAFT 22
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ONLINE CRAFT with room: Neurotechnology without technoableism? Collectively imagining just futures - Shazeda Ahmed and Xiaowei Wang, UCLA Center on Race and Digital Justice FTC Roundtable - Environmental Justice Beyond Carbon and Towards Consent - Tamara Kneese, Bodgana Rakova, Lorena Regattieri, Ray Alves, Martha Fellows, Valderli Piontekowski,