Please find the schedule below. Please be aware that the schedule may change.

Jump to: Monday, October 30
Jump to: Tuesday, October 31
Jump to: Wednesday, November 1

Monday, October 30

Event #TimeEventVenue
8:30 AMBreakfastConcourse
19:00 AMOpening remarksMain Space
29:15 AMSession: Allocating ResourcesMain Space
Potty Parity: Process Flexibility via Unisex Restroom
Food Subsidies at the Base-of-the-Pyramid: Take-up, Substitution and Nutrition
Empowering Collective Impact: Introducing the SWAP System for Resource Sharing
310:00 AMBreakConcourse
410:30 AMKeynote talk: Ridhi KashyapMain Space
511:30 AMSession: Labor & MoneyMain Space
Equal Pay for Similar Work
Implications of Worker Classification in On-Demand Economy
Algorithmic Harm in Consumer Markets
Designing Fiduciary Artificial Intelligence
612:30 PMLunchConcourse
12:30 PMSocial event: Student groups (undergrad, MS, PhD)Concourse
12:30 PMFaculty network eventConcourse
71:30 PMPoster SessionConcourse
83:00 PMBreakConcourse
3:00 PMSocial event: Regional Groups Discussion TablesConcourse
93:30 PMTutorial: Tutorial on effective, deployed, and thoughtful AI for Social ImpactMain Space
105:30 PMDoctoral ConsortiumMain Space
5:30 PMBreak and poster installationMain Space
6:00 PM“How-to” TalkMain Space
6:30 PMLightning TalksMain Space
7:30 PMPostersMain Space

Tuesday, October 31

Event #TimeEventVenue
8:30 AMBreakfastConcourse
19:00 AMKeynote talk: Yeukai ChideyaMain Space
210:00 AMBreakConcourse
10:00 AMSocial event: Bridging Research and PracticeConcourse
310:30 AMTutorial: Tutorial on effective, deployed, and thoughtful AI for Social Impact continuedMain Space
411:30 AMPanel Discussion: From Theory to Practice: Exploring Academia-Adjacent Partnerships for Change in MexicoMain Space
512:30 PMLunchConcourse
12:30 PMSocial event: Affinity Groups Discussion TablesConcourse
61:30 PMPoster SessionConcourse
73:00 PMBreakConcourse
83:30 PMSession: Power & ParticipationMain Space
Towards a Better Understanding of the Computer Vision Research Community in Africa
Studying Up Public Sector AI: How Networks of Power Relations Shape Agency Decisions Around AI Design and Use
The Participatory Turn in AI Design: Theoretical Foundations and the Current State of Practice
A Critique of the 2021 National Institute of Justice Recidivism Forecasting Challenge
Power and Public Participation in AI
94:45 PMAwards AnnouncementMain Space
105:00 PMMD4SG UpdatesMain Space
115:30 PMEvening ReceptionLobby
7:30 PMEnd of the Evening ReceptionLobby

Wednesday, November 1

Event #TimeEventVenue
8:30 AMBreakfastConcourse
19:00 AMSession: Mechanisms for CorrectionMain Space
Setting the Right Expectations: Algorithmic Recourse Over Time
Optimal top-n Policy
Design on Matroids: Diversity vs. Meritocracy
Toward Operationalizing Pipeline-aware ML Fairness: A Research Agenda for Developing Practical Guidelines and Tools
210:00 AMBreakConcourse
10:00 AMSocial event: Application Areas Discussion TablesConcourse
310:30 AMKeynote talk: Mayank VariaMain Space
411:30 AMSession: Respecting preferencesMain Space
Overbooking with Priority-Respecting Reassignment
Deploying a Robust Active Preference Elicitation Algorithm: Experiment Design, Interface, and Evaluation for COVID-19 Patient Prioritization
A Classification of Feedback Loops and Their Relation to Biases in Automated Decision-Making Systems
512:30 PMLunchConcourse
61:30 PMSession: Demographics & RepresentationMain Space
Mitigating demographic bias of machine learning models on social media
Fairness Without Demographic Data - A Survey of Approaches
Common Voice and accent choice: data contributors self-describe their spoken accents in diverse ways
Estimating Racial Disparities When Race is Not Observed
Learning from a Biased Sample
Is Your Model Predicting the Past?
73:00 PMBreakConcourse
3:00 PMSocial event: Research Fields Discussion TablesConcourse
83:30 PMSession: Strategic SolutionsMain Space
Votemandering: Strategies and Fairness in Political Redistricting
FETA: Fairness Enforced Verifying, Training, and Predicting Algorithms for Neural Networks
30 Million Canvas Records Reveal Widespread Sequential Bias and System-design Induced Surname Initial Disparity in Grading
The AI Incident Database as an Educational Tool to Raise Awareness of AI Harms: A Classroom Exploration of Efficacy, Limitations, & Future Improvements
Bursting the Filter Bubble: Disincentivizing Echo Chambers in Social Networks
94:45 PMClosing RemarksMain Space
105:00 PMInformal social events: Location: Walk to the Esplanade, with Time Out market as rain plan