Julia Noordegraaf is a professor of Digital Heritage in the department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She is the main applicant of the Twi-XL project. She is director of the Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage and Identity (ACHI), one of the university’s research priority areas, where she leads the digital humanities research program Creative Amsterdam (CREATE) that studies the history of urban creativity using digital data and methods. She also participates as Steering Committee member in the newly established RPA Human(e) AI, which studies the societal implications of AI technology.
Dr. Anne Kroon is the project coordinator of Twi-XL. She is an assistant professor of Corporate Communication at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) at the University van Amsterdam. Computational social science techniques are at the forefront of Anne’s research and teaching. In her research, she focuses on (1) the role of algorithms in recruitment and hiring in shaping (unintended) biased recommendations, and (2) the content and consequences of (biased) representations of minorities in media content.