<Decoding Gender Equality: <A+> for Inclusive Algorithms>
We need a proactive agenda to design the technology that ensures no one is left behind and that we all thrive.
Predictive analytics, algorithms and other forms of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are currently highly likely to reproduce biases found in the analog world.
What is a feminist vision for an inclusive digital future grounded in human rights?
Why and where can algorithms be gender biased? What practical tools and solutions can be used to mitigate and proactively correct for real life gender biases in AI?
With the explosion of new technologies, and the data revolution what happens next? How can we use a human rights framework to ensure inclusion and gender equality in algorithms in the future we create?
Wednesday, 11 March 2020 11:30 –13:00 pm Invitation only
Speakers: European Commission Directorate General Justice and Consumers Gender Equality Yale University Computation and Society Initiative Data Science Projects, Mexico National Council for Science and Technology Fundación Ciudadanía Inteligente Women at the Table (Moderator)
European Union Delegation to the United Nations 666 3rd Ave, New York
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