About me

I’m a PhD student at the Semantic Systems group at Uni Hamburg. My supervisors are Prof. Ricardo Usbeck and Prof. Judith Simon.

My main research interests are fairness and societal biases in natural language processing and knowledge graphs. My interdisciplinary background in CS, ML, and psychology strongly influences how I approach problems – motivated to conduct socially relevant research and to do social scientific theories justice.

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Our paper “The Lifecycle of “Facts”: A Survey of Social Bias in Knowledge Graphs” (Kraft A. & Usbeck R.) can now be found in the proceedings of AACL-IJCNLP 2022! Read it here!

In an interview with AIhub, I talked about the learnings from our recent research on bias in knowledge graphs: read the interview here.

“Measuring Gender Bias in German Language Generation” (Kraft et al., 2022) is now available here.

Read the pre-print to our position paper “The Ethical Risks of Analyzing Crisis Events on Social Media with Machine Learning” (Kraft A. & Usbeck R.).