KDD-2022 DSAI4RRS Workshop Program
Venue: Room 206
Date: Monday, August 15th, 2022
|D.C. Time (EDT, UTC-4:00)||Event||Chair|
|8:30am-8:40am||Opening Remarks||Ninghao Liu|
Speaker: James Caverlee, Texas A&M University, USA
Talk Title: Interaction Modeling and User Fairness in Recommendation
Paper Presentation Session 1 (14' *4 papers)
#1073 (in person): FD-GATDR: A Federated-Decentralized-Learning Graph Attention Network for Doctor Recommendation Using EHR
#4737 (in person): On the Relationship between Counterfactual Explainer and Recommender: A Framework and Preliminary Observations
#2069 (recording): Modeling Complex Dependencies for Session-based Recommendations via Graph Neural Networks
#1159 (recording): Modeling Multi-interest News Sequence for News Recommendation
Speaker: Xia (Ben) Hu, Rice University, USA
Talk Title: Bridging Interpretation and Fairness in Machine Learning
Speaker: Alex Beutel, Google Research, USA
Talk Title: Understanding and Improving Recommenders for All
Speaker: Fei Fang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Talk Title: A Recommender System for Crowdsourcing Food Rescue Platforms
Paper Presentation Session 2 (14' *5 papers)
#6310 (in person): Evolution of Popularity Bias: Empirical Study and Debiasing
#8964 (in person): On Curating Responsible and Representative Healthcare Video Recommendations for Patient Education and Health Literacy: An Augmented Intelligence Approach
#2990 (recording): An Approach to Ensure Fairness in News Articles
#6466 (recording): Horizontal Federated Learning and Secure Distributed Training for Recommendation System with Intel SGX
#3016 (TBA): MAFD: A Federated Distillation Approach with Multi-head Attention for Recommendation Task
Speaker: Sheng Li, University of Virginia, USA
Talk Title: Towards Trustworthy Representation Learning
Speaker: Tie Wang, LinkedIn Data and AI foundation, USA
Talk Title: Practical Paths to Data Driven Recommendation System
Award Ceremony&Closing Remarks
Note: Each paper presentation includes 12mins presentation plus 2mins QA.
- All presenters must use their own laptop for their presentation.
- The connection to the projector is HDMI.
- There will be dedicated conference wifi in all meeting rooms for presenters and attendees to use.
- If a presenter is playing a video, we recommend that they download the video to their device prior to their presentation.
- There are limited outlets in the meeting rooms and conference space to charge your laptop, presenters must ensure their laptops are fully charged before their session.
- There will be AV tech staff and Executive Events Planning support checking on all rooms 30 minutes before the session begins, to assist presenters with any technical issues.
- For each workshop, we have assigned a student volunteer to help you organize your workshop. The volunteer will show up 30 minutes before the session begins.