Georgina Curto

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Georgina Curto is a postdoctoral and AI for Good Fellow at Notre Dame University. She conducts interdisciplinary research on AI to advance the SDGs. She works closely with NGOs and government officials to provide new insights for local and global challenges. She was awarded, together with the article co-authors, Best AI for Good Project in the last International Joint Conference on AI (IJCAI’22) for the work on AI simulations for poverty reduction policy making. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Kavli Center for Ethics, Science and the Public, UC Berkeley and she co-chairs the AI & Social Good Special Track at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI’23). Georgina holds a Master’s Degree in Economics Research from University Ramon Llull, an International Executive MBA from IE (distinction with honors) and a PhD (cum laude) on the topic of AI and Inclusion from the joint program of the universities Ramon Llull, Deusto and Pontificia Comillas.

Publications in association with ELLIS Alicante


Arnaiz-Rodríguez, A., Curto, G., & Oliver, N. (2024). Structural Group Unfairness: Measurement and Mitigation by means of the Effective Resistance. WWW 2024 Workshop on Trustworthy Learnin on Graphs (TrustLOG).


Curto, G., Arnaiz-Rodríguez, A., & Oliver, N. (2023). Algorithms for Social Justice: Affirmative Action in Social Networks. arXiv:2305.03223.