[NetBehaviour] Read & Repair - Community Memory feat. Julie Boschat-Thorez

Cristina Cochior clcochior at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 10:16:23 CEST 2021

Hello everyone,

On Sunday the 31st of October, Julie Boschat-Thorez is going to host a Read
on the topic of algorithmic inequality and relational ethics. Please feel
welcome to join!

*Date:* Sunday, 31st October 2021

*Time:* 11:00-13:00 CET

*Location:* https://bbb.constantvzw.org/b/cri-yp7-stj-8oc

The text selection and our reading choreography in October was made by *Julie
Boschat-Thorez* who is an artist, researcher and fellow Varia member. Her
work focuses on knowledge organisation systems and the stories which can be
extracted from them. She primarily investigates archives, collections,
datasets, and museums, with an interest for variability, circulation,
community and access. Her practice materialises in installations, performed
lectures, printed matter or online interfaces. Julie has been trained in
Fine Arts at the ERG in Brussels and Media Design at the Piet Zwart
Institute in Rotterdam.

During this session we will dive into a recent paper by Abeba Birhane
entitled *Algorithmic injustice: a relational ethics approach*. Abeba has
recently completed a PhD in cognitive sciences and her research sits at the
intersection of complex adaptive systems, machine learning, and critical
race studies. The paper investigates ways to address algorithmic injustice
that go way beyond efforts to build more inclusive/representative, and
“debiased” datasets.

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