Distinguished Speaker Series: AI and Inequalities – Creating Change | Hariri Institute for Computing, Boston University
Mar 5, 2021
The potential for artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to induce or exacerbate inequality is now well-recognized. We bring together three speakers at the forefront of creating change. Come join them, as they speak both individually and together, about ways in which we are making inroads against AI bias, towards a more fair, ethical, and democratized AI landscape.
Sabelo Mhlambi, Technology & Human Rights Fellow, Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy and Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society Fellow, and founder of Bantucracy
Meredith Whittaker, Minderoo Research Professor, New York University, founder of Google’s Open Research group and co-founder of AI Now Institute
Timnit Gebru, Research Scientist & Co-founder of Black and AI
Hosted by Hariri Institute Faculty Fellows, Jennifer Balakrishnan and Elaine Nsoesie.
Moderated by Hariri Institute Faculty Fellows, Jennifer Balakrishnan and Sanaz Mobasseri.