Debora Nozza is an Assistant Professor in Computing Sciences at Bocconi University. She was recently awarded a €120,000 grant from Fondazione Cariplo for her project MONICA, which will focus on monitoring coverage, attitudes, and accessibility of Italian measures in response to COVID-19. Her research interests mainly focus on Natural Language Processing, specifically on the detection and counter-acting of hate speech and algorithmic bias on Social Media data in multilingual context.
She was one of the organizers of the task on Automatic Misogyny Identification (AMI) at Evalita 2018 and Evalita 2020, and one of the organizers of the HatEval Task 5 at SemEval 2019 on multilingual detection of hate speech against immigrants and women in Twitter.
PhD in Computer Science, 2018
University of Milano Bicocca
[07/10/22] Invited Talk at INRIA Paris.
[01/09/22] Officially started as Assistant Professor in Computing Sciences at Bocconi University.
[19/07/22] Seminar presentation on the Roadmap to Universal Hate Speech Detection at the Digital Democracies Institute at Simon Fraser University.