NoBIAS will deliver a cohort of 15 PhDs working on different aspects of the bias and AI topic:

  1. The social and technical networks of bias generation (hosted by GESIS, Germany) Description and application. Please contact: Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda (katharina.kinder-kurlanda@gesis.org)
  2. Discovering biased representations of people (hosted by KU Leuven, Belgium) Description and application. Please contact: Bettina Berendt (bettina.berendt@kuleuven.be)
  3. Discovering and quantifying bias (hosted by CERTH, Thessaloniki, Greece – Multimedia Knowledge and Social Media Analytics Lab, contact persons: Symeon Papadopoulos [papadop@iti.gr], Yiannis Kompatsiaris [ikom@iti.gr]). Description and application
  4. Causality analysis of data for domain-specific bias understanding (hosted by University of Pisa, Italy) Description and application. Please contact: Salvatore Ruggieri (salvatore.ruggieri@unipi.it)
  5. Documenting Bias in Data through ontologies (hosted by Leibniz University Hannover, Germany) Please contact: Maria-Esther Vidal (vidal@l3s.deDescription and application
  6. Data enrichment for mitigating bias. (hosted by Open University, United Kingdom) Please contact: Miriam Fernandez (miriam.fernandez@open.ac.ukDescription and application
  7. Bias mitigation in classification methods (hosted by CERTH, Thessaloniki, Greece – Multimedia Knowledge and Social Media Analytics Lab, contact persons: Symeon Papadopoulos [papadop@iti.gr], Yiannis Kompatsiaris [ikom@iti.gr]) Description and application
  8. Bias mitigation in ranking methods (hosted by GESIS, Germany) Contact persons: Fariba Karimi [fariba.karimi@gesis.org] and Claudia Wagner [claudia.wagner@gesis.org]. Link to the announcement.
  9. Legal issues of mitigating bias at a national and EU level (hosted by Leibniz University Hannover, Germany) Contact person: Christian Heinze Description and application
  10. Explaining prediction models by argumentation (hosted by University of Southampton, United Kingdom, contact persons Steffen Staab [S.R.Staab@soton.ac.uk], Thanassis Tiropanis [t.tiropanis@southampton.ac.uk]). Link to the announcement.
  11. Explaining white-model predictions (hosted by SCHUFA, Germany) Description and application. Contact persons: Klaus Broelemann[Klaus.Broelemann@schufa.de] and Silvia Mieth [jobs@schufa.de]
  12. Collective elicitation of bias coming from inaccessible algorithms (hosted by University of Southampton, United Kingdom, contact persons Steffen Staab [S.R.Staab@soton.ac.uk], Thanassis Tiropanis [t.tiropanis@southampton.ac.uk]). Link to the announceme
  13. Declarative explanation of black-box decisions (hosted by University of Pisa, Italy) Description and application. Please contact: Salvatore Ruggieri (salvatore.ruggieri@unipi.it)
  14. Combining a technical, legal, and ethical assessment of the rights to information and explanation (hosted by University of Southampton, United Kingdom) (s.stalla-bourdillon@soton.ac.ukLink to the announcement.
  15. Time-dependent monitoring and mitigation for bias (hosted by Leibniz University Hannover, Germany) Contact person: Eirini Ntoutsi Description and application