Informations sur l'événement
27 May 2021
11:00 - 12:30
The third seminar of a series of three graduate seminars on artificial intelligence and social justice, held by Karine Gentelet’s Chair, will take place on Thursday May 27, 2021, at 11 am (Quebec) / 5 pm (France). This third seminar will focus on Technologies and marginalized groups: bias and social injustices. This seminar will be in French.
With the proliferation of artificial intelligence in our daily lives, the objective of these seminars is to bring together multidisciplinary graduate students and foster a dialogue surrounding the societal challenges we face.
All participants must have read, listened to or watched the following references, which serve to fuel reflections and discussions for the them Technologies and marginalized groups: bias and social injustices:
- Joy Buolamwini. (2017). “How I’m fighting bias in algorithms.” Video. 8:44 minutes. Online.
- Joy Buolamwini. (2018). “AI, Ain’t I A Woman?.” Video. 3:32 minutes. Online.
- Ruha Benjamin & Saadia Muzzaffar. (2020). “Can an algorithm be racist? The growing push for ethical AI.” Podcast. 28:24 minutes. Online.
- Stefania Milan & Emiliano Treré. (2020). “The Rise of the Data Poor: The COVID-19 Pandemic Seen From the Margins.” Social Media + Society: 1-5. Online.