Call for papers for the workshop on Algorithmic Fairness through the lens of Time at NeurIPS 2023

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Awa Dieng

Sep 15, 2023, 7:03:46 AMSep 15
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Dear all, 

We are inviting submissions for the NeurIPS Workshop on Algorithmic Fairness through the Lens of Time, to be held on December 15, 2023.

Theme and Scope

This workshop aims to deeply investigate how to address fairness concerns in settings where learning occurs sequentially or in evolving environments. Key areas of exploration include but are not limited to:

  • Dynamic Interplay: Understanding how static fairness constraints can affect dynamical systems and possibly perpetuate biases.

  • Generative Models: Assessing and mitigating biases in the rise of powerful, large generative models and understanding fairness within a long-term perspective.

  • Method Reconciliation: Reconciling existing fairness techniques (preprocessing, in-processing, and post-processing) with the development of large generative models.

  • Bias mitigation: broader work on fairness mitigation, metrics, and failure mode of existing definitions.

We are having both a paper track (4-9 pages) and an extended abstract track (1 page). See the call for papers:


Important Dates

  • Abstract registration: Sep 22 (regular papers only)

  •  Submission Deadline: Sep 29

  • Acceptance Notification: Oct 27


Call for Reviewers
We are seeking volunteers to serve as reviewers for the submitted papers. If you have expertise in fairness, machine learning, dynamic systems, or related areas, we invite you to consider joining our review panel via this reviewer self nomination form:
Please feel free to forward this call to interested colleagues and networks. For any inquiries, you may reach out to us at
Looking forward to your participation!
Best Regards,
Awa Dieng (Google DeepMind, Mila)
Miriam Rateike (Saarland University)
Golnoosh Farnadi (McGill University, Mila)
Ferdinando Fioretto (University of Virginia)
Jessica Schrouff (Google DeepMind)

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