I joined the DDIS research group in September 2017. Before this, I did a Bachelor in Lifestyle Informatics and Master in Artificial Intelligence at VU University Amsterdam. During my studies, I worked as a functional analyst at a software development company, as well as a teaching assistant at the VU.
With technology touching more aspects of our lives every day, I believe that an integrative approach to computer science is vital. With a passion for multidisciplinary projects, I am currently working on trust and ethics in AI with various levels of autonomy from an HCI perspective.
Tolmeijer, S., Kneer, M., Sarasua, C., Christen, M. & Bernstein, A. (2020). "Implementations in Machine Ethics: A Survey" [draft available on arXiv]
Tolmeijer, S. Weiss, A., Hanheide, M., Lindner, F., Powers, T. M., Dixon, C. & Tielman, M. L. (2020). "Taxonomy of Trust-Relevant Failures and Mitigation Strategies", in Proceedings of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’20) Honorable mention
Tolmeijer, S., Kneer, M. & Christen, M. (2019). "Trust in human-AI interaction: an empirical exploration", extended abstract at Ethical and Legal Aspects of Autonomous Security Systems Conference 2019
Paudel, B., Tolmeijer, S. & Bernstein, A. (2018). "Bringing Diversity in News Recommender Algorithms", extended abstract at ECREA 2018 Preconference “Information Diversity and Media Pluralism in the Age of Algorithms”
Bosse, T., Gerritsen, C., de Man, J. & Tolmeijer, S. (2014). "Adaptive Training for Aggression De-escalation." Artificial Life and Intelligent Agents Symposium. Springer International Publishing