しましまのFAT*2019まとめ

しましまのFAT*2019の参加・聴講記録 https://fatconference.org/2019/
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

There’s lots of debate on how to characterize fairness for an algorithm. But it often leaves out the social context in which it's deployed. Specifically, risk assessments are only recommendations to judges, who make the ultimate decisions. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/tsOFvNkswa

2019-02-01 06:08:44
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

To investigate the effect, they had MTurk make risk assessment decisions both with and without a model's recommendations. This is MTurkers, not judges, but the findings accord with other work, and highlights important types of interactions. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/yhoYtFNDxh

2019-02-01 06:08:45
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

So there's a breakdown in communication, but what are the effects of this? There are disparate impacts on different groups: humans ignore or accept recommendations in a pattern that increases the risk scores for one group. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/nThmO1G9fZ

2019-02-01 06:08:47
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

We normally think about Human-in-the-loop systems, where we use a human to improve an algorithm to be used in isolation. Instead, think about Algorithm-in-the-loop systems, which focuses on interactions and how they affect human decision making processes. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/qns69ZvpPD

2019-02-01 06:08:48
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

This shift can help us address the important questions and issues mentioned here. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/brJjJw5Y09

2019-02-01 06:08:48
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wells santo (y'all islamophobic af) @WellsLucasSanto

Engelmann: If there's transparency in the Social Credit Scoring system in China, this may lead to behavioral/social engineering (gaming of this system) and a commodification of morality. Sounds like what they're dealing with in the current season of @nbcthegoodplace #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/Mp9r95TmIO

2019-02-01 06:10:30
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Stephanie Ballard @ballard4_4

Thank you, as always, @uhlily for the immense care and perspective you bring to your (truly outstanding) technical work. #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/9YSeyghWLG

2019-02-01 06:17:46
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ACM FAccT @FAccTConference

Up next: The Social Cost of Strategic Classification (@smithamilli, J Miller, @ancadianagragan & @mrtz) doi.org/gftmp4 #FAT2019

2019-02-01 06:24:00
Ben Green @benzevgreen

Great presentation with important implications by @uhlily at #FAT2019! Paper link: dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?i… pic.twitter.com/HDFwJ0mPfX

2019-02-01 06:27:59
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Ben Packer @packer_ben

@red_abebe @mmitchell_ai @jovialjoy Relatedly, presenters often speak in insensitive ways -- terms, examples, tone in talking about their subjects, which are often marginalized communities (@timnitGebru + others have mentioned this). Maybe @fatconference can issue guidelines and best practices next year? #FAT2019

2019-02-01 06:32:37
ACM FAccT @FAccTConference

Up now: From Fair Decision Making To Social Equality (H Mouzannar, M Ohannessian & N Srebro) doi.org/gftmp8 #fat2019

2019-02-01 06:35:16
wells santo (y'all islamophobic af) @WellsLucasSanto

Take-away from @SmithaMilli: Increasing institutional accuracy can actually increase both social burden and social gap -- emphasizes that people will engage in strategic classification, that they will try to adapt to classifier models & we need to account for this. #fat2019 pic.twitter.com/K1myyqAPgP

2019-02-01 06:37:13
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Colin Hill @ceh0

Absolutely fascinating findings re: social costs of strategic classification. Once again impressed by @SmithaMilli's ability to explain models in a way that is both rich and accessible. It's really SO important, especially at a conference as interdisciplinary as #FAT2019 pic.twitter.com/SEVzc4d12c

2019-02-01 06:39:36
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ACM FAccT @FAccTConference

And #FAT2019 closes with— Downstream Effects of Affirmative Action (S Kannan, @aaroth & J Ziani) doi.org/gftmpp #fat2019 Although in a way it never ends: you just have to wait for the videos, and you can relive it all again!

2019-02-01 06:45:01
Michael Ekstrand @mdekstrand

Thanks everyone at #FAT2019 for a fantastic week. 😍😍😍

2019-02-01 08:11:32
Julie Hollek | 한여울 @ #SciPy2023 @jkru

One of the best parts of #FAT2019 was the town hall. I really like how they outlined concrete goals. Their (our?) goal to be a leader in growing an inclusive & diverse community is tablestakes to the technical goals. I learned so much this week. Thanks to all who made it possible

2019-02-01 08:46:09
Emma Weil @eiweil

main #FAT2019 thoughts: - needs to center justice & equity as the reason for doing any of this work - needs less "we mathematically proved this very obvious legal/social concept with uninteresting methods" and more actual interdisciplinary work 1/3

2019-02-01 14:05:43
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