Feminist AI lecture #1: Kerry McInerney (UK) & Caroline Sinders (US)
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Vortrag von Kerry McInerney (UK) und Caroline Sinders (US) im Rahmen der Reihe Feminist AI Lecture Series.
Kerry McInerney ist Forscherin, Journalistin und Mitherausgeberin der gerade erschienenen Publikation Feminist AI: Critical Perspectives on Data, Algorithms and Intelligent Machines bei Oxford University Press und der demnächst erscheinenden Sammlung zum Podcast The Good Robot: Feminist Voices on the Future of Technology (Februar 2024) bei Bloomsbury Academic.
Dr Kerry McInerney (née Mackereth) is a Research Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, where she researches anti-Asian racism and AI, the geopolitics of AI and feminist approaches to AI ethics. Kerry is an AHRC/BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinker, where she brings complex conversations about gender, race and artificial intelligence to wide audiences. She is a Research Fellow at AI Now and a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, UCL. She is also the host of the Good Robot podcast on gender, feminism and technology; the co-editor of the new anthology Feminist AI: Critical Perspectives on Data, Algorithms and Intelligent Machines, and the co-editor of the forthcoming collection The Good Robot: Why Technology Needs Feminism. For her work she has been recognised as one of the top 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics.
Caroline Sinders ist Künstlerin und Forscherin und initiierte bereits im Jahr 2017 die Arbeit Feminist Data Set, auf das viele Künstler*innen und Wissenschafter*innen referenzieren.
Caroline Sinders is an award winning critical designer, researcher, and artist. For the past few years, they have been examining the intersections of artificial intelligence, intersectional justice, systems design, harm, and politics in digital conversational spaces and technology platforms. They have worked with the United Nations, Amnesty International, IBM Watson, the Wikimedia Foundation, and others. Sinders has held fellowships with the Harvard Kennedy School, Google’s PAIR (People and Artificial Intelligence Research group), Ars Electronica’s AI Lab, the Weizenbaum Institute, the Mozilla Foundation, Pioneer Works, Eyebeam, Ars Electronica, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Sci Art Resonances program with the European Commission, and the International Center of Photography. Their work has been featured in the Tate Exchange in Tate Modern, the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans, Telematic Media Arts, Victoria and Albert Museum, MoMA PS1, LABoral, Wired, Slate, Hyperallergic, Clot Magazine, Quartz, the Channels Festival, and others. Sinders holds a Masters from New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
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