FACTS-IR

@article{Olteanu2019FACTSIR,
  title={FACTS-IR},
  author={Alexandra Olteanu and Jean I. Garcia-Gathright and Maarten de Rijke and Michael D. Ekstrand and Adam Roegiest and Aldo Lipani and Alex Beutel and Ana Lucic and Ana-Andreea Stoica and Anubrata Das and Asia J. Biega and Bart Voorn and Claudia Hauff and Damiano Spina and David Lewis and Douglas W. Oard and Emine Yilmaz and Faegheh Hasibi and Gabriella Kazai and Graham McDonald and Hinda Haned and Iadh Ounis and Ilse van der Linden and Joris Baan and Kamuela N. Lau and Krisztian Balog and Mahmoud F. Sayed and Maria Panteli and Mark Sanderson and Matthew Lease and Preethi Lahoti and Toshihiro Kamishima},
  journal={ACM SIGIR Forum},
  year={2019},
  volume={53},
  pages={20 - 43}
}
The purpose of the SIGIR 2019 workshop on Fairness, Accountability, Confidentiality, Transparency, and Safety (FACTS-IR) was to explore challenges in responsible information retrieval system development and deployment. To this end, the workshop aimed to crowd-source from the larger SIGIR community and draft an actionable research agenda on five key dimensions of responsible information retrieval: fairness, accountability, confidentiality, transparency, and safety. Such an agenda can guide… Expand
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