Our team conducts research at the intersection of Data Science and Social Sciences with a focus on topics such as explainable & fair AI, AI robustness, AI auditing, AI alignment and safety in general.
The main focus topics of our research are:
- Explainable AI and Interpretability: Research focusing on the explainability of AI models, offering local explanations for predictions, algorithmic recourse, and user-guided explainability.
- Ethics and Fairness in AI: Studies discussing ethical implications of AI, with emphasis on balancing actionable explanations and the right to be forgotten, and ensuring fairness in accordance with European values.
- Performance Evaluation, Efficiency, and Accountability of AI Models: Research discussing efficient strategies for evaluating and auditing AI models, especially those for evolving data streams, attribution methods, and data recovered from embedding spaces (through generative approaches).
- September 2023: We are happy to announce that our paper "Gaussian Membership Inference Privacy" by Tobias Leemann, Martin Pawelcyzk, and Gjergji Kasneci has been accepted for publication at NeurIPS 2023. A preprint is available on arXiv.