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 diversity in news recommendations, as well as trust and ethics in autonomous systems.
Tolmeijer, Suzanne, Kneer, Markus, Sarasua, Cristina, Christen, Markus & Bernstein, Abraham (2020). "Implementations in Machine Ethics: A Survey" [draft available on arXiv]
Tolmeijer, Suzanne, Weiss, Astrid, Hanheide, Marc, Lindner, Felix, Powers, Thomas M., Dixon, Clare & Tielman, Myrthe 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)
Tolmeijer, Suzanne, Kneer, Markus & Christen, Markus (2019). "Trust in human-AI interaction: an empirical exploration", extended abstract at Ethical and Legal Aspects of Autonomous Security Systems Conference 2019
Paudel, Bibek, Tolmeijer, Suzanne & Bernstein, Abraham (2018). "Bringing Diversity in News Recommender Algorithms", extended abstract at ECREA 2018 Preconference “Information Diversity and Media Pluralism in the Age of Algorithms”
Bosse, Tibor, Gerritsen, Charlotte, de Man, Jeroen & Tolmeijer, Suzanne (2014). "Adaptive Training for Aggression De-escalation." Artificial Life and Intelligent Agents Symposium. Springer International Publishing