AI Talks

with Emma Beauxis

Date: 21 May 2020
Time: 19:00 - 20:00 GMT

About the episode

About the talk

Technologies to address online bullying are limited to detecting and hiding abusive messages, or provide a single automated reply. Conversational technologies are underused assets for addressing abusers. We will present our initial experiments and our research directions for investigating different dialog strategies (e.g., to educate or deter abusers, or keep them busy with chatbots rather than their victims). We will also discuss fundamental issues with deploying chatbots for behavior manipulation on social media (e.g., failures and unintended consequences).

About Emma Emma Beauxis-Aussalet is a Senior Track Associate of the Digital Society School of Amsterdam University of Applied Science. She holds a PhD from CWI and Utrecht University on statistics and visualization for handling classification error and bias. She studied computer science, communication, and design. She is now leading projects related to AI for social good, and addressing the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the UN.

Time

  • 7PM (GMT+1, Brussels)

People in this episode

Sammy Deprez

Host of the AI Talks

Emma Beauxis