[NetBehaviour] AI TRAPS: Automating Discrimination, June 14-15 - Berlin
tbazz at disruptiv.biz
Tue Jun 4 12:30:22 CEST 2019
Disruption Network Lab would like to invite you to our 16th conference,
AI TRAPS: Automating Discrimination, on June 14-15. AI TRAPS is a close
look at how AI & algorithms reinforce prejudices and biases of its human
creators and societies, and how to fight discrimination.
You can find more info below and on:
Hope to see many of you there!
# Friday, June 14 - 2019
16:15-17:30 - PANEL
THE TRACKED & THE INVISIBLE: From Biometric Surveillance to Diversity in
Adam Harvey (Artist and Researcher, US/DE), Sophie Searcy (Senior Data
Scientist at Metis, US). Moderated by Adriana Groh (Head of Program
Management, Prototype Fund, DE).
17:45-19:00 - PANEL
AI FOR THE PEOPLE: AI Bias, Ethics & The Common Good
Maya Indira Ganesh (Research coordinator, AI & Media Philosophy KIM
Research Group, Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design; PhD candidate,
Leuphana University, Lüneburg, IN/DE), Slava Jankin (Professor of Data
Science and Public Policy at the Hertie School of Governance, UK/DE).
Moderated by Nicole Shephard (Researcher on Gender, Technology and
Politics of Data, UK/DE).
19:15-20:45 - KEYNOTE
WHAT IS A FEMINIST AI? Possible Feminisms, Possible Internets
Charlotte Webb (Co-founder, Feminist Internet & Even Consultancy, UK).
Moderated by Lieke Ploeger (Community Director, Disruption Network Lab,
# Saturday, June 15 - 2019
15:30-16:30 - INVESTIGATION
HOW IS GOVERNMENT USING BIG DATA?
Crofton Black (Researcher, Journalist & Writer, The Bureau of
Investigative Journalism, UK). Moderated by Daniel Eriksson (Head of
Technology, Transparency International, SE/DE).
16:45-18:15 - KEYNOTE
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN THE AGE OF AI: The Future of Civil Rights in
the United States
Mutale Nkonde (Tech Policy Advisor and Fellow at Data & Society Research
Institute, US). Moderated by Rhianna Ilube (Writer, Curator and Host at
The Advocacy Academy, UK/DE)
18:30-20:30 - PANEL
ON THE POLITICS OF AI: Fighting Injustice & Automatic Supremacism
Os Keyes (Ada Lovelace Fellow, Human-Centred Design & Engineering,
University of Washington, US), Dia Kayyali (Leader of the Tech &
Advocacy program at WITNESS, SY/US/DE), Dan McQuillan (Lecturer in
Creative & Social Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK).
Moderated by Tatiana Bazzichelli (Founding Director, Disruption Network
WE NEED TO TALK, AI
A Comic Essay on Artificial Intelligence by Julia Schneider and Lena
Location: Studio 1, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997,
Curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli. In cooperation with: Transparency
In collaboration with: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and
Society (HIIG), r0g agency. Communication Partners: Sinnwerkstatt,
Furtherfield. Media partners: taz, die tageszeitung, Exberliner.
Funded by: Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Capital Cultural Fund of Berlin), Reva
and David Logan Foundation (grant provided by NEO Philanthropy),
Checkpoint Charlie Foundation. Supported [in part] by a grant from the
Open Society Initiative for Europe within the Open Society Foundations.
In partnership with: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Tatiana Bazzichelli // Artistic Director
Disruption Network Lab
Twitter: @disruptberlin // @t_bazz
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