Fariba Karimi, of the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and Central European University, will present. Title TBA.
Fariba Karimi is a team leader in computational social science at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and an assistant professor at the Department of Network and Data Science at Central European University since March 2021. Her research focuses on computational social science, the emergence of biases and inequality in networks and algorithms, and modeling human behavior.
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