Past Events

Here you can find an overview of past seminars and events.

Speaker: Tripat Gill, Lazaridis School of Business & Economics of Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo

Seminar: Moral Dilemmas of Autonomous Vehicles. No, Not Again! Yes, Because They are Important.
Date: 01 Jun, 2021

Speaker: Roberta Sinatra, IT University of Copenhagen

Seminar: Quantifying the biases of scientific success
Date: 18 May, 2021

Speaker: Jennifer M. Logg, Georgetown University

Seminar: Developing a “Theory of Machine” to Examine Perceptions of Algorithms
Date: 04 May, 2021

Speaker: Nathanael J. Fast, University of Southern California 

Seminar: The Psychology of Algorithm Adoption (and Rejection) at Work
Date: 20 Apr, 2021

Speaker: William J. Brady, Yale University   

Seminar: Moral emotions in the digital age
Date: 13 Apr, 2021

Speaker: Kristina Lerman, University of Southern California

Seminar: Biases in Data & Other Threats to Validity of Predictive Models
Date: 6 April, 2021

Speaker: Amir Dezfouli, CSIRO

Seminar: Neural network and reinforcement-learning models for modelling and influencing behaviour
Date: 23 February, 2021

Speaker: Berkeley J. Dietvorst, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Seminar: People Reject Algorithms in Uncertain Decision Domains Because They Have Diminishing Sensitivity to Forecasting Error
Date: 09 February, 2021

Speaker: Adam Waytz, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

Seminar: Humans and machines
Date: 12 January, 2021

Speaker: Jim A.C. Everett, University of Kent

Seminar: Switching Tracks? A Two-Dimensional Model of Utilitarian Psychology
Date: 15 December, 2020

Speaker: Maria del Rio Chanona, University of Oxford

Seminar: Occupational mobility and Automation: A data-driven network model
Date: 17 November, 2020

Speaker: Jonathan Gratch, University of Southern California (USC)

Seminar: The psychological and organizational implications of autonomy-mediated interaction
Date: 10 November, 2020

Speaker: Nils Köbis, Center for Humans and Machines/ Max Planck Institute for Human Development

Seminar: Artificial intelligence versus Maya Angelou: Experimental evidence that people cannot differentiate AI-generated from human-written poetry
Date: 20 October, 2020

Speaker: Pantelis P. Analytis, University of Southern Denmark

Seminar: The Structure of social Influence in Recommender Network
Date: 22 September, 2020

Speaker: Inho Hong, Center for Humans and Machines/ Max Planck Institute for Human Development

Seminar: The universal pathway to innovative urban economies
Date: 25 August, 2020

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