Women Like Me: Discussing and celebrating non-cis/white voices in AI

AI Ethics London
AI Ethics London
Public group

Tate Modern Blavatnik Building Viewing Level

Hopton St · London

How to find us

We are at the Tate Exchange on Level 5 of the Blatnik building. If you ask for the Tate Exchange people should be able to direct you!

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Details

Artificial Intelligence will inevitably govern all decision making [redacted] are we as a society ready?

Biased thought processes currently influence how AI works and who is best served by rapidly growing capabilities.

We will be exploring how social construct of meaning and its influence on policy, culture, society and language - and most importantly on AI.

We will hear from special guest speakers and artists who advocate for ethical use of AI alongside a backdrop of algorithmic and digital artistry by BAME women.

The artists featured at this pop-up exhibition include:

-Jazmin Morris - VR Artist
- Julia Piekarczyk - Creative Coder
-Joanna Castropontes - Digital Artist
-Madhu Manipatruni - Algorithmic Artist
-Bosola Ajenifuja - VR Artist
- Valeria Tovo - Creative Coder

About:

Women Like Me is a collective of inspiring BAME women working in STEAM who share insights, vision, knowledge and stories in art, politics, business and technology. We use human-centered design processes and methodologies to discuss and solve gender and racial inequality in our community. We create safe spaces in and outside the workplace for open and honest conversations to take place.

Hyphen-Labs is an international collective working at the intersection of technology, art, science, and the future. Through their global vision and multi-disciplinary backgrounds, they are driven to create engaging ways to explore planetary-centered design. In the process they challenge conventions and stimulate conversations, placing collective needs and experiences at the center of evolving narratives.