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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Alex Ingrams, 4/12/2023

Impact of centre-periphery rift on digital engagement for sustainability: the perspective of Dutch small municipalities There is an increasing center-periphery political divide in many countries,…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Andrei Poama, 05/02/2024

AI-Assisted Penal Sentencing: The Epistemic Free-Riding ObjectionSeveral scholars (Laquer & Copus 2017; Leibovitch 2017; Chiao 2018) argue that machine-learning algorithms can and ought to be…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Jan Sleutels, 9/10/2023

Many of our social insitutions are based on a model of rational agency that goes back to the Enlightenment. The model features a cognitive and moral profile for individuals (a set of rational…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Karin de Wild, 20/11/2023

Exploring the Potential for a Digital Heritage Lab.

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Martin Berger, 22/01/2024

The most prominent debate in ethnographic museums today revolves around questions of ownership and provenance: how and why did objects move and end up in museum collections – and should they…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Matthijs van Leeuwen, 6/11/2023

Learning Explainable Models through CompressionWhenever you have learned something from data, you have implicitly also compressed the data. In this talk, we explore how we can turn this observation…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Michael Klos, 23/10/2023

Really fake: How do (very large) online platforms deal with manipulated and synthetic mediaIn this SAILS Lunchtime Seminar, Dr Michael Klos discusses the standards set by online platforms in their…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Niki van Stein, 19/02/2024

Explainable AI in IndustryJoin us for an insightful presentation by Dr. Niki van Stein on "Explainable AI in Industry," where the burgeoning field of Explainable Artificial Intelligence…

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SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Roy de Kleijn, 18/12/2023

Anthropomorphization in human-robot interactionHumans seem to regard robots as social actors, they show empathy and altruism toward them and are concerned for their wellbeing. But why exactly would…

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