Agnieszka Słowik was selected from over 300 nominees working on all aspects of Artificial Intelligence.
Lucy Cavendish PhD student, Agnieszka Słowik, won the Young AI Researcher 2022 Award at the Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit in Warsaw, Poland for the work accomplished during her PhD (Computer Science).
She was selected from over 300 nominees working on all aspects of Artificial Intelligence, including research, software engineering, entrepreneurship, and policy making.
Agnieszka's research during her PhD has been focused on out-of-distribution generalisation and robustness in Artificial Intelligence. She is interested in the performance of AI algorithms on data that are different from what these algorithms were trained on, which is one of the biggest challenges in modern Machine Learning. She recently presented her work on the relation between algorithmic bias and data bias at the prestigious AISTATS 2022 conference. In this paper, Agnieszka investigates the topic of generalisation to ensure fairness of AI models, especially on under-represented or challenging populations.
Agnieszka is currently writing her PhD dissertation and looking for a job as a Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence researcher.
You can view Agnieszka's research webpage here.