“People want to be able to trust the machine”

Samira Samadi leads the “Human Aspects of ML” research group

Having studied math in Iran and completed her PhD in machine learning (ML) and computer science at Georgia Tech in the US, Samira Samadi considers herself a “completely technical person.” However, in recent years she has begun pursuing more interdisciplinary research, with a particular interest on exploring the impact of machine learning systems on people.

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Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems

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