Vortrag – „Bringing the human to the center of algorithmic systems design“

Prof. Dr. Claudia Müller-Birn von der Freien Universität Berlin spricht am 17. Mai 2019 über „Bringing the human to the center of algorithmic systems design“ an der Universität für Bodenkultur.

Freitag, 17. Mai 2019, 12:00 – 13:30
Ort: Guttenberghaus | Seminarraum SR 02, Erdgeschoß |  Feistmantelstraße 4, 1180 Wien

Im Sinne der englischen Tradition der Lunchtime Lecture wird für Verpflegung gesorgt.

Teilnahme kostenlos. Anmeldung bis 15. Mai 2019 erbeten: law@boku.ac.at

Eine weitere Veranstaltung der LTS-Vortragsreihe von Univ.-Prof. Iris Eisenberger und Konrad Lachmayer in Kooperation mit dem Facultas Verlag.

Drawing from my many years of experience of the open peer production system Wikipedia, Claudia Müller-Birn introduces various means of quality assurance mechanisms that effectively combine human and algorithmic activities. By using one example of a machine learning-based, i.e., algorithmic, system, she will show possible sources of biases and explain how we can re-interprete these sources into points of participation, where humans are urgently needed to monitor, validate, configure the algorithmic systems. From these experiences, Müller-Birn infers the concept of human-machine collaboration and introduces first design parameters. Based on the provided insights, she outlines a possible integrative design approach for algorithmic systems.

 

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