Poster Schedule

Information about the poster session: The poster dimension should be 24 x 36 inches (60.96 x 91.44 cm). You can either print your poster at home or in Boston. Below, we have included some suggestions for places to print in Boston or online. If you order your poster online, you must ship it to your home address and bring it to Boston.

Please find the preliminary poster session schedule below.

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Monday, October 30

Poster #AuthorsTitle
9Stephanie SheirGatekeeping, AI and the Workplace: constructing an ethics toolkit for algorithmic hiring
13Abdul-Hakeem Omotayo, Mai Gamal, Eman Ehab, Gbetondji Dovonon, Zainab Akinjobi, Houcemeddine Turki, Ismaila Lukman, Mahmod Abdien, Idriss Tondji, Abigail Oppong, Yvan Pimi, Karim Gamal and Mennatullah SiamTowards a Better Understanding of the Computer Vision Research Community in Africa
19Angelina Wang, Xuechunzi Bai, Solon Barocas and Su Lin BlodgettStereotypes Make Certain Machine Learning Errors More Experientially Harmful
20Jose Alvarez and Salvatore RuggieriCounterfactual Situation Testing: Uncovering Discrimination under Fairness given the Difference
28Elizabeth Bondi-Kelly, Tom Hartvigsen, Lindsay Sanneman, Swami Sankaranarayanan, Zach Harned, Grace Wickerson, Judy Wawira Gichoya, Lauren Oakden-Rayner, Leo Anthony Celi, Matthew Lungren, Julie Shah and Marzyeh GhassemiTaking Off with AI: Lessons from Aviation for Healthcare
30Devansh Jalota, Jessica Lazarus, Alexandre Bayen and Marco PavoneCredit-Based Congestion Pricing: Equilibrium Properties and Optimal Scheme Design
31Devansh Jalota, Kiril Solovey, Matthew Tsao, Stephen Zoepf and Marco PavoneBalancing Fairness and Efficiency in Traffic Routing via Interpolated Traffic Assignment
48Qishen Han, Biaoshuai Tao and Lirong XiaAverage Envy-freeness for Indivisible Items
61Bogdana Rakova, Renee Shelby and Megan MaTerms-we-Serve-with: Five dimensions for anticipating and repairing algorithmic harm
67Claudia Flores-Saviaga, Christopher Curtis and Saiph SavageInclusive Portraits: Race-Aware Human-in-the-Loop Technology
68Nabit Bajwa and Sanmay DasTest Scores, Classroom Performance, and Capacity in Academically Selective School Program Admissions
73Siddartha Devic, David Kempe, Vatsal Sharan and Aleksandra KorolovaFairness in Matching under Uncertainty
77Hoda Heidari, Solon Barocas, Jon Kleinberg and Karen LevyInformational Diversity and Affinity Bias in Team Growth Dynamics
80Matthew Barker, Emma Kallina, Dhananjay Ashok, Katherine Collins, Ashley Casovan, Adrian Weller, Ameet Talwalkar, Valerie Chen and Umang BhattFeedbackLogs: Recording and Incorporating Stakeholder Feedback into Machine Learning Pipelines
81Fatemeh Farajzadeh, Ryan Killea, Alexander Teytelboym and Andrew C. TrappOptimizing Sponsored Humanitarian Parole
93Miri Zilka, Carolyn Ashurst, Luke Chambers, Ellen P. Goodmann, Pamela Ugwudike and Marion OswaldExploring Police Perspectives on Algorithmic Transparency: A Qualitative Analysis of Police Interviews in the UK
96Jennifer Chien, Margaret Roberts and Berk UstunAlgorithmic Censoring in Dynamic Learning Systems
101Eva Achterhold, Monika Mühlböck, Nadia Steiber and Christoph KernFairness in Algorithmic Profiling: The AMAS Case
103Oren Bar-Gill, Cass Sunstein and Inbal Talgam-CohenAlgorithmic Harm in Consumer Markets
105Miao Zhang and Rumi ChunaraFair contrastive pre-training for geographic image segmentation
111Divya Singhvi, Somya Singhvi and Xinyu ZhangA Data-driven Approach to Improve Artisans' Productivity in Distributed Supply Chains
116Harry Camilleri, Carolyn Ashurst, Nithya Jaisankar, Adrian Weller and Miri ZilkaMedia Coverage of Predictive Policing: Bias, Police Engagement, and the Future of Transparency
119Gerdus Benade and Aydin AlptekinogluAchieving Rawlsian Justice in Food Rescue
123Shomik Jain, Vinith Suriyakumar and Ashia WilsonAlgorithmic Pluralism: A Structural Approach Towards Equal Opportunity
147Sophie Pavia, Juan Carlos Martínez Mori, Philip Pugliese, Abhishek Dubey, Samitha Samaranayake and Ayan MukhopadhyayDesigning Equitable Transit Networks (non-archival)
148Nick Arnosti and Felipe SimonTarget the vulnerable? An analysis of rapid rehousing prioritization
149Maryam Molamohammadi, Afaf Taïk, Nicolas Le Roux and Golnoosh FarnadiUnraveling the Interconnected Axes of Heterogeneity in Machine Learning for Democratic and Inclusive Advancements
151Abel Salinas, Parth Shah, Yuzhong Huang, Robert McCormack and Fred MorstatterThe Unequal Opportunities of Large Language Models: Examining Demographic Biases in Job Recommendations by ChatGPT and LLaMA
152Federico Bobbio, Margarida Carvalho, Ignacio Rios and Alfredo TorricoStable Matching with Adaptive Priorities
153P KrafftTo Produce and Serve: Computers, Capital, and the State
154William Agnew, Kevin McKee, Iason Gabriel, Jackie Kay, William Isaac, Stevie Bergman, Seliem El-Sayed and Shakir MohamedTechnologies of Resistance to AI
156Kathy Reid and Elizabeth T. WilliamsCommon Voice and accent choice: data contributors self-describe their spoken accents in diverse ways
173Alicia Boyd and Anaelia OvalleQUINTA: Reflexive Sensibility For Responsible AI Research and Data-Driven Processes

Tuesday, October 31

Poster #AuthorsTitle
22Kentaro Tomoeda, Isa Hafalir and Siqi PanOptimal Top-n Policy
34Samer Nashed, Justin Svegliato and Su Lin BlodgettFairness and Sequential Decision Making: Limits, Lessons, and Opportunities
36Micah Carroll, Alan Chan, Henry Ashton and David KruegerCharacterizing Manipulation from AI Systems
42Won Ik Cho, Eunjung Cho and Kyunghyun ChoPaperCard for Reporting Machine Assistance in Academic Writing
44Joachim Baumann, Corinna Hertweck, Michele Loi and Christoph HeitzDistributive Justice as the Foundational Premise of Fair ML: Unification, Extension, and Interpretation of Group Fairness Metrics
49Nicholas Vincent and Brent HechtSharing the Winnings of AI with Data Dividends: Challenges with “Meritocratic” Data Valuation
54Yuntian He, Saket Gurukar and Srinivasan ParthasarathyFairMILE: Towards an Efficient Framework for Fair Graph Representation Learning
55Jakob Schoeffer, Maria De-Arteaga and Niklas KuehlExplanations, Fairness, and Appropriate Reliance in Human-AI Decision-Making
56Diana MacDonald and Ahmet AltinokDesigning the Menu of Licenses for Foster Care
58Kate Donahue and Jon KleinbergPrivate Blotto: Viewpoint Competition with Polarized Agents
60Isa Inuwa-DutseFATE in AI: Towards Algorithmic Inclusivity and Accessibility
66Inwon Kang, Qishen Han and Lirong XiaLearning to Explain Voting Rules
69Benjamin Laufer, Helen Nissenbaum, Jon Kleinberg and Karen LevyStrategic Evaluation
79Emily Aiken, Esther Rolf and Joshua BlumenstockFairness and representation in satellite-based poverty maps: Evidence of urban-rural disparities and their impacts on downstream policy
83Christina Yeung, Umar Iqbal, Tadayoshi Kohno and Franziska RoesnerGender Biases in the Amazon Halo’s Analysis of Spoken Tone
84Kathleen Cachel and Elke RundensteinerFairRankTune: A User-Friendly Toolkit Supporting Fair Ranking Tasks
88Emily Aiken, Tim Ohlenburg and Joshua BlumenstockMoving targets: When does a poverty prediction model need to be updated?
95Mirthe Dankloff, Vanja Skoric, Giovanni Sileno, Sennay Ghebreab, Jacco van Ossenbruggen and Emma Beauxis-AussaletCommunications on Fairness Assessments in the Public Sector: An Analysis of Roles, Skills, and Responsibilities from Dutch Use-Cases
99Mike Gordon, Titing Cui, Jennifer Shang, Esther Gal-Or and Michael HamiltonThe Effects of Competition on Corporate Sustainability
106Elizabeth Edenberg and Alexandra WoodAn Epistemic Lens on Algorithmic Fairness
120Santiago R. Balseiro and Shangzhou XiaUniformly Bounded Regret in Dynamic Fair Allocation
125Vijay Keswani and L. Elisa CelisAddressing Strategic Manipulation Disparities in Fair Classification
128Tomas Larroucau, Ignacio Rios, Christopher Neilson, Anais Fabre and Manuel MartinezApplication Mistakes and Information frictions in College Admissions
135Vince Bartle, Nicola Dell and Nikhil GargFaster Information for Effective LTC Discharge, A Field Study in Adult Foster Care
138Woojin Jung, Dimitrios Ntarlagiannis and Saeed GhadimiUsing AI/ML to evaluate the distribution of community development aid across Myanmar
144Alicia Boyd, Davi Liang and Anaelia OvalleShould they? Mobile Biometrics and Technopolicy meet Queer Community Considerations
172Meirav Segal, Anne-Marie George and Christos DimitrakakisPolicy Fairness and Unknown Bias Dynamics in Sequential Allocations