Nov 9th - Open Debate Machine Learning and Human Behaviour Nov 9th - Open Debate Machine Learning and Human Behaviour

In this context of the HUMAINT project and the World Science Day for Peace and Development (November 10th), we will have the opportunity to start an open discussion around aspects linked to the relations between technological development and human behaviour, in the context of some of the research carried out at the Department.

Date: November 9th, 12h30 - 13:30h. Auditorium

Followed by some snacks at the hall of the auditorium to continue discussions (to make an estimation of attendants, please leave your name and surname in this doodle)


  • Introduction by Emilia Gómez and the new JRC project HUMAINT:"machine learning and human behaviour"
  • Vladimir Estivill - Ethical decision making in robots
  • Carlos Castillo - algorithmic bias in machine learning, related to the project awarded by Data Transparency Lab
  • Xavier Serra, cultural bias in computational models, linked to the work at the ERC project CompMusic
  • Open discussion.

Streaming will be available on this same page (link)