M.A. Goda Klumbyte

Research Assistant

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Pfannkuchstraße 1
34121 Kassel
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ITeG, Room 0230

Profile  (M.A. Goda Klumbyte)

Goda Klumbytė is an interdisciplinary scholar between informatics and humanities & social sciences. Her research engages feminist new materialism, posthumanism, human-computer interaction and algorithmic systems design.

She is currently involved as a researcher with the AI Forensics project.

Details

  • Algorithm systems design and machine learning systems engineering
  • Critical algorithm studies
  • Feminist new materialism and feminist theory
  • Critical continental philosophy and critical posthumanism
  • Participatory and co-creation design methodologies
  • Fairness, accountability, transparency, and ethics of machine learning
  • Human-computer interaction, particularly human-algorithm interaction and human-centred explainable AI
  • Experimental interdisciplinary design methods

In her doctoral research conducted at the University of Kassel Goda investigates epistemic premises of machine learning as a knowledge production tool and proposes innovative ways to work with intersectional feminist and new materialist epistemologies towards more contextualized and accountable machine learning systems design. For one of the projects within her doctoral research, see "Critical Tools for Machine Learning" at critml.org.

Goda co-edited More Posthuman Glossary with R. Braidotti and E. Jones (Bloomsbury, 2022), and published work in Posthuman Glossary (Braidotti & Hlavajova, 2018), Everyday Feminist Research Praxis (Leurs & Olivieri, 2015), journals Online Information Review, Digital Creativity and ASAPas well as presented at informatics conferences such as ACM’s CHI, nordiCHI and FAccT. At the University of Kassel and elsewhere she has taught introductory courses on social aspects of informatics, critical posthumanism and feminist new materialism, as well as critical algorithm studies and methods. Read more about Goda on academia.edu


Publications

2023[ to top ]
  • Explaining the ghosts: Feminist intersectional XAI and cartography as methods to account for invisible labour. Klumbytė, Goda; Piehl, Hannah; Draude, Claude. 2023.
  • Feminist epistemology for machine learning systems design. Klumbytė, Goda; Piehl, Hannah; Draude, Claude. 2023.
  • Towards Feminist Intersectional XAI: From Explainability to Response-Ability. Klumbytė, Goda; Piehl, Hannah; Draude, Claude. 2023.
  • From ‘if-then’ to ‘what if?’ Rethinking healthcare algorithmics with posthuman speculative ethics. Smith, Jamie; Klumbytė, Goda; Britton, Ren Loren. In Nursing Philosophy. 2023.
  • We all care, ALL the time. Smith, Jamie B.; Klumbytė, Goda; Sidebottom, Kay; Dillard-Wright, Jess; Willis, Eva; Brown, Brandon B.; Hopkins-Walsh, Jane. In Nursing Inquiry. Wiley, 2023.
2022[ to top ]
  • Re-Imagining a ’We’ Beyond the Gathering of Reductions. Propositions for the Three Ecologies. Athanasiadou, Lila; Klumbytė, Goda; Rouvroy, Antoinette. In FOOTPRINT, 16(1), pp. 121–134. 2022.
  • More Posthuman Glossary. Braidotti, Rosi; Jones, Emily; Klumbytė, Goda. In First of Theory in the New Humanities. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
  • Convergences. Braidotti, Rosi; Jones, Emily; Klumbytė, Goda. In More Posthuman Glossary, R. Braidotti, E. Jones, G. Klumbytė (eds.), pp. 21–22. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
  • Posthuman Care. Braidotti, Rosi; Klumbytė, Goda. In More Posthuman Glossary, R. Braidotti, E. Jones, G. Klumbytė (eds.), pp. 105–106. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
  • Mapping Data Justice as a Multidimensional Concept Through Feminist and Legal Perspectives. Draude, Claude; Hornung, Gerrit; Klumbytė, Goda. In New Perspectives in Critical Data Studies: The Ambivalences of Data Power, A. Hepp, J. Jarke, L. Kramp (eds.), pp. 187–216. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2022.
  • Hybrid Spaces, Hybrid Methodologies: Finding Ways of Working with Social Sciences and Humanities in Human-Computer Interaction. Draude, Claude; Klumbytė, Goda. In Human-Computer Interaction. Theoretical Approaches and Design Methods, Vol. 13302 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, M. Kurosu (ed.), pp. 40–56. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2022.
  • Almanac: Algorithmic Kinning. Klumbytė, Goda. In Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research, 3(1), pp. 160–164. 2022.
  • Intraview: Speculative Materialities, Indigenous Worldings and Decolonial Futures in Computing & Design. Klumbytė, Goda; Britton, Ren Loren; Laiti, Outi; Prado de O. Martins, Luiza; Snelting, Femke; Ward, Caroline. In Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research, 3(1), pp. 182–196. 2022.
  • Prospects for a New Materialist Informatics: Introduction to a Special Issue. Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude. In Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research, 3(1), p. I-XIV. 2022.
  • Prospects for a New Materialist Informatics. Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude. In Vol. 3. 2022.
  • New Materialist Informatics. Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude. In More Posthuman Glossary, R. Braidotti, E. Jones, G. Klumbytė (eds.), pp. 85–87. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
  • Critical Tools for Machine Learning: Working with Intersectional Critical Concepts in Machine Learning Systems Design. Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude; Taylor, Alex S. In 2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, of FAccT ’22, pp. 1528–1541. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 2022.
  • Algoritmic governmentality. Rouvroy, Antoinette; Klumbytė, Goda. In More Posthuman Glossary, R. Braidotti, E. Jones, G. Klumbytė (eds.), pp. 10–11. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
  • Sharing Grounded Hope in the Age of Algorithmic Harm and Resistance. An interview with Goda Klumbytė. Urbelis, Tautvydas. echo gone wrong, 2022.
2021[ to top ]
  • Getting a Handle on Critical Pedagogies: Notes on Interdependencies and Care in Interdisciplinary Technoscience. Britton, Loren; Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude; Paehr, Isabel. In Gendered Configurations of Humans and Machines, Vol. 8, J. Büssers, A. Faulhaber, M. Raboldt, R. Wiesner (eds.), pp. 265–281. Barbara Budrich, 2021.
  • Critical Tools for Machine Learning: Situating, Figuring, Diffracting, Fabulating Machine Learning Systems Design. Klumbyte, Goda; Draude, Claude; Taylor, Alex. In CHItaly 2021: 14th Biannual Conference of the Italian SIGCHI Chapter, of CHItaly ’21. Association for Computing Machinery, Bolzano, Italy, 2021.
2020[ to top ]
  • Situated algorithms: a sociotechnical systemic approach to bias. Draude, Claude; Klumbytė, Goda; Lücking, Phillip; Treusch, Pat. In Online Information Review, 44(2), pp. 325–342. 2020.
  • Abstracting Otherwise: In Search for a Common Strategy of Arts and Computing. Klumbytė, Goda; Britton, Loren. In ASAP/Journal, 5(1), pp. 19–43. Project Muse, 2020.
  • Said the Bot to the Computer: 57th collected significant residue transmission between MIT and SliMoSA3. Klumbytė, Goda; Britton, Loren. In Arts of the Working Class, (120), pp. 26–27. 2020.
  • Re-Imagining HCI: New Materialist Philosophy and Figurations as Tool for Design. Klumbytė, Goda; Draude, Claude; Britton, Loren. 2020.
  • Reframing AX with Critical Design: The Potentials and Limits of Algorithmic Experience as a Critical Design Concept. Klumbyte, Goda; Lücking, Phillip; Draude, Claude. In Proceedings of the 11th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Shaping Experiences, Shaping Society, of NordiCHI ’20. Association for Computing Machinery, Tallinn, Estonia, 2020.
  • Reframing AX with Critical Design: The Potentials and Limits of Algorithmic Experience as a Critical Design Concept. Klumbytė, Goda; Lücking, Phillip; Draude, Claude. In Proceedings of the 11th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Shaping Experiences, Shaping Society, of NordiCHI ’20, pp. 1–12. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 2020.
  • Lost in Translation: An Interactive Workshop Mapping Interdisciplinary Translations for Epistemic Justice. Wan, Evelyn; de Groot, Aviva; Jameson, Shazade; Păun, Mara; Lücking, Phillip; Klumbytė, Goda; Lämmerhirt, Danny. In Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, of FAT* ’20, p. 692. Association for Computing Machinery, Barcelona, Spain, 2020.
2019[ to top ]
  • Doing thinking: revisiting computing with artistic research and technofeminism. Britton, Loren; Klumbyte, Goda; Draude, Claude. In Digital Creativity, 30(4), pp. 1–16. 2019.
  • Situated algorithms: a sociotechnical systemic approach to bias. Draude, Claude; Klumbyte, Goda; Lücking, Phillip; Treusch, Pat. In OIR (Online Information Review), ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print), pp. 16–34. 2019.
  • The Emergent Environmental Humanities: Engineering the Social Imaginary. Weidner, Chad; Braidotti, Rosi; Klumbyte, Goda. In Connotations - A Journal for Critical Debate, ISSN 0939-5482(28), pp. p. 1–25. Connotations Society, 2019.
2018[ to top ]
  • Acceptability by Design: Integrating Gender Research in HCI. Draude, Claude; Klumbyte, Goda. In Proceedings of CHI’18 Workshop on (Un)Acceptable!?! – Re-thinking the Social Acceptability of Emerging Technologies, M. Koelle, H. Profita, T. Olsson, R. Mitchell, J. Williamson, S. Kane, S. Boll (eds.). 2018.
  • Re-Considering Bias: What Could Bringing Gender Studies and Computing Together Teach Us About Bias in Information Systems?. Draude, Claude; Klumbyte, Goda; Treusch, Pat. In Proceedings of International Workshop on Bias in Information, Algorithms, and Systems co-located with 13th International Conference on Transforming Digital Worlds (iConference 2018), J. Bates, P. D. Clough, R. Jäschke, J. Otterbacher (eds.). CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2018.
  • Extended Cognition. Klumbytė, Goda. In Posthuman Glossary, R. Braidotti, M. Hlavajova (eds.), pp. 148–150. Bloomsbury Academic, London, 2018.