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Controversial terms about people and cultures in widely used datasets

Outdated, stereotypical, and potentially offensive words often appear in openly available datasets, CWI researchers have found. These datasets power many applications (such as online dictionaries) and machine learning algorithms, creating risks of …


CWI’s lectures on Digital Cultural Heritage

Where mathematics, computer science and humanities meet.

CWI Algemeen 2022 09 29-021

One year of AI, Media and Democracy Lab

A report of the first annual Community Meeting

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Conference on disinformation via social media

Misinformation and disinformation spread via social media is an issue of growing importance. On 21 and 22 November CWI will host the Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Disinformation in Open Online Media (MISDOOM).


Conference on trust in a digital society

CWI hosts a multi-disciplinary conference on trust and trust management in a digitalized society. Topics will focus on social, economic and behavioral aspects of trust, trust in networks, mobile systems and cloud …


CWI researchers involved in 2 consortia receiving millions in funding

Several CWI researchers are involved in projects that have received substantial funding under the Dutch Research Agenda (NWA). The Human-Centered Data Analytics group is represented in a project, led by Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, …


Misdoom 2023 Call for Contributions and Keynote Speaker Announcement

5th Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Disinformation in Open Online Media

CWI Algemeen 20 10 04-166_buitenkant gebouw

The power of metadata analysis in understanding online search behavior

Computer scientist Tessel Bogaard has demonstrated how metadata can improve our understanding of online search behaviour in vertical search engines that grant access to curated collections. She defended her thesis on 10 …