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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • PhD Student in Human-Computer Interaction
  • PhD Fellow @Alan Turing Institute and @Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence

Bianca is a PhD student at the Cambridge Computer Lab in the Compliant and Accountable Systems group and the Design Studio, supervised by Prof Alan Blackwell and Dr Jatinder Singh. Her research investigates algorithmic system transparency for non-technical users with a focus on human-centred design and HCI methodologies. Prior to her PhD, Bianca was the CEO of a Tech startup in France for three years.

Bianca's research aims at better aligning algorithmic systems with users’ information needs. She is particularly interested in applications in women's health. Bianca is looking for collaborators in ML, especially researchers & data scientists interested in working on image recognition for diagnostic tools.


Bianca is currently looking for collaborators in ML and data science for a Clinical AI project (endometriosis diagnostic tool) starting in 2023-24. See the introduction talk "Leveraging ML for women's health. Towards better endometriosis diagnosing tools" with Women@CL from 11th November 2022 at the Department of Computer Science and Technology for more information.


Bianca supervises Computer Science undergraduate students in Interaction Design, Further HCI and Business Studies. She also supervises Part II student projects in HCI and is looking to supervise MPhil dissertations in HCI and/or Clinical AI in 2023-24.


Bianca G. Schor, Jatinder Singh, and Alan Blackwell. 2022. Making Algorithmic Systems More Meaningfully Transparent for Users Through Visualisation. In Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '22 Companion). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 18–20.

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