Artificial Intelligence and Trust and Safety: New Risks, New Solutions

Five studies examining how artificial intelligence may mitigate or exacerbate harms.

Moderator: David Thiel (Stanford Internet Observatory)

Presentations (presenters are marked with an *):

Hidden Attributes of Human and LLM Conversationalists: Implications for Diversity in Society
Nathanael Fast* (University of Southern California); Nick Switanek (Microsoft); Maya Cratsley (University of Southern California)

Filtering Technologies and the Fairness of Natural Language Systems
Eddie Yang* (University of California San Diego); Chad Atalla (Microsoft); Solon Barocas (Microsoft, Cornell University); Su Lin Blodgett (Microsoft); Kate Cook (Microsoft); Kristen Laird (Microsoft); Emily Lawton (Microsoft); Samir Passi (Microsoft); Forough Poursabzi-Sangdeh (Microsoft); Vyoma Raman (University of California Berkeley); Bella Rideau (Microsoft); Emily Sheng (Microsoft); Dan Vann (Microsoft); Hanna Wallach (Microsoft); Andy Zhao (Cornell University)

Generative AI and Its Potential Intersections with Online CSA
Tim O’Gorman* (Thorn)

Trust and Safety Issues Arising from the Exclusion of African datasets in AI Training Models
Arthur Gwagwa* (Utrecht University Ethics Institute); Bev Townsend* (University of York, UK)

AI Technology and the Impact to Kids’ Mental Health
Candice Odgers* (CERES)

LOCATION: Fisher Conference Center, Lane/Lyons/Lodato
DATE: September 28, 2023
TIME: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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