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SPUI25: Bits of Bias

Grasping AI’s true intelligence

Evenement

Artificial Intelligence is all around us: from corona apps to TikTok and from facial recognition to deep fakes. While AI is defining us, we should not forget asking who is defining AI – and with what results: AI that is caring and creative or biased and dangerous?

Artificial Intelligence is all around us: from corona apps to TikTok and from facial recognition to deep fakes. While AI is defining us, we should not forget asking who is defining AI – and with what results: AI that is caring and creative or biased and dangerous?

This event is part of the Science Program Things to Come of Imagine Film Festival 2021. In this program, future visions and science fiction are compared to scientific and societal realities. This year, the theme of Things to Come is Artificial Intelligence. During this event we follow up on the questions raised by the documentary Coded Bias. This film confronts us with the dark sides of AI and features – amongst others – scientist Joy Buolamwini. Buolamwini researches racial bias in facial recognition algorithms and started the Algorithmic Justice League in the US. With Marleen Stikker and Stefania Milan we try to grasp the true ‘intelligence’ of AI and its impact on our democratic societies.

https://spui25.nl/programma/bits-of-bias

Gepubliceerd door  FDMCI Learning Communities https://spui25.nl/programma/bits-of-bias 12 maart 2021

Datum

Startdatum 12 apr

Tijd

17:00 - 18:30 uur