Coded Bias (2021) AI Documentary Discussion

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Coded Bias (2021) AI Documentary Discussion

This event occurred in the past

Date and Time

    Location

    Virtual Event

    5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

    Cost

    Free

    Details

    Join us for a discussion on the new documentary Coded Bias (2021), which looks into facial recognition technologies and the discriminatory algorithms they run on. The film features M.I.T. Media Lab computer scientist Joy Buolamwini alongside AI scholars and activists Meredith Broussard; Silkie Carlo, Virginia Eubanks, Safiya Umoja Noble, and Zeynep Tufekci. After watching the film on you own, join us for a discussion which  is open to all and will be facilitated by Maritza Johnson, PhD, Director of the new AI center on campus, and Hannah Holtzman, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow in Critical Technology Studies in the Humanities Center.

     

    STEP 1:  Watch the Documentary 

    Please watch the film, Coded Bias (2021) prior to this discussion-only event. The film is available to stream on Netflix and free through the PBS app (until April 21).  We encourage you to watch the film prior to the discussion.

    Ways to Watch:

     

    STEP 2: Join in the Discussion on April 21

    After watching the film on you own, join us for a discussion of the film on April 21, from 12-1 pm. 

    Zoom  Link:  https://sandiego.zoom.us/j/97026956240

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    This event is open to the public

    Post Contact

    Humanities Center
    humanitiescenter@sandiego.edu