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Malvina Nissim

Malvina Nissim is Professor of Computational Linguistics and Society at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen. She conducts research in several areas of Natural Language Processing, with a particular focus on the interplay of language technology and societal representations and needs.

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Rik van Noord

Rik van Noord is an Assistant Professor at the Computational Linguistics group at CLCG. He works on creating and evaluating resources for under-resourced languages, as well as ensuring that large language models are actually fair.

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Benjamin T. Johnson

Benjamin T. Johnson is an Assistant Professor of humane artificial intelligence and International Relations in the Department of International Relations and International Organization (IRIO). He studies the security and ethics of AI, military AI, and its role in current and future conflicts.

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Herman Veluwenkamp

Herman Veluwenkamp is an Assistant Professor on Normative Ethics and the Digital Society at the Faculty of Philosophy. His research interests cover various topics, including metaethics, meaningful human control, conceptual engineering, epistemic dependence, metasemantics, and belief revision.

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Yevgen Matusevych

Yevgen Matusevych is an Assistant Professor at the Computational Linguistics group, CLCG. He uses computational models to understand how humans learn their native and non-native languages, and how languages co-exist in the mind and in models.

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Eedan Amit-Danhi

Eedan Amit-Danhi, PhD is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies at the Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen. She studies the role of political visuals in the informational landscape of social media and the digital world.

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Kun He

Kun He is a postdoc researcher at the Computational Linguistics group at CLCG. He works on geopolitics of AI, human-AI interaction, ethics of AI, AI disinformation, as well as populism and political communication in a digital society.

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