Responding to Coded Bias: Black Women Interrogating AI
Join us for a panel discussion of Coded Bias, the acclaimed documentary about the fallout from MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini's discovery of racial bias in facial recognition algorithms. Deborah Raji (featured in the film) engages a panel of technologists on critical themes highlighted in the documentary, including technology-based discrimination around race and gender, representation, intersectionality, and civic engagement.
Panelists: Deborah Raji (Mozilla Fellow), Renee Cummings (Data Activist, University of Virginia), Ayanna Howard (Dean, College of Engineering, Ohio State), Ifeoma Ozoma (Founder and Principal, Earthseed).
View Coded Bias at MozFest; find it under "Arts and Media" in the left sidebar.
This event is part of an ongoing lecture series "The Future is Intersectional: Black Women Interrogating Technology," organized by the Spelman College Center of Excellence for Minority Women in STEM, in collaboration with the Atlanta University Center Data Science Initiative, UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, and Mozilla.
If you were not able to register to join on Zoom, you can watch from the livestream at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F366d5pVLVA
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