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Michael Ekstrand <[log in to unmask]>
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Michael Ekstrand <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 11:14:51 -0600
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Registration for ACM FAT* 2019 (Atlanta, Georgia, Jan 29–31 2019) opens on
Thursday, October 18 at 12:00 PM ET, at

The 2019 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM
FAT*) is an interdisciplinary conference to connect social, technical and
policy domains around broad questions of fairness, accountability and
transparency of computing systems. ACM FAT* spins off from the successful
FAT/ML workshops and sister workshops in other domains, seeking to connect
these issues across a much wider variety of computing areas and

ACM FAT* features tracks on theory and security; statistics, machine
learning and data mining; applications (NLP, machine vision, search engines
and other systems); systems; HCI; measurement and audits; empirical
studies; and law, policy and humanistic/critical analysis. The Tutorial
Session will be held on the 29th Jan and the General Session on 30-31st Jan.

Tiered pricing is available, with reduced rates for academics, government
representatives, students and non-profits. Students and non-profits will be
able to attend the General Session for as little as $50. Participants in
financial need can also submit an application for support with fees and
travel. Information can be found before registration opens at

It’s worth noting that the first FAT* Conference in 2018 sold out rapidly,
with a waiting list of several hundred participants. To avoid
disappointment, please register as soon as possible.

See you in Atlanta!

Michael Ekstrand + Michael Veale

Publicity Chairs, ACM FAT* 2019

Michael D. Ekstrand — [log in to unmask]
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Boise State University
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