We will have recordings of substantially all the discussions up online in about a week.
Meanwhile, you can still read the papers. You might want to start with the prize-winners:
- Best Paper: Marc Canellas, Anti-Discrimination Law’s Cybernetic Black Hole
- Ian R. Kerr Robotnik Memorial Award for an Emerging Scholar: Annie Brett, Robots in the Ocean
- Best poster: Maria P. Angel, Privacy’s Algorithmic Turn: An Intellectual History
… although I’d also like to give a shout-out to two of my personal favorites:
- Alice Xiang, Being “Seen” vs. “Mis-seen”: Tensions Between Privacy and Fairness in Computer Vision
- Noam Kolt, Predicting Consumer Contracts
That said, the papers all were really good, which is pretty amazing.