Virtual Algorithms 101 is a biweekly multidisciplinary 45 minute series in April featuring a different special guest, internationally renowned and expert, working to achieve inclusive algorithms that upturn the current path of Automated Decision-Making (ADM).
The series will set the landscape of gender bias in ADM (highlighting real world examples) and share best practices and innovative tools and practices not only to mitigate,
but to correct for gender and racial bias in AI & ADM.
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? What is a feminist vision for an inclusive digitial future?
JOIN US for
<A+> Alliance & Women at the Table's
Virtual Algorithms 101 series
with special guest experts.
Every other Tuesday in April on the 1st, 15th, 29th
@ 15:00-15:45 CET / 9:00- 9:45 EST
Our first Guest Expert will be Nisheeth Vishnoi, Professor of Computer Science, Yale University, and the Founder of Yale University’s Computation and Society Initiative. Per Yale’s Dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and Faculty of Arts and Science dean of science. “(Vishnoi’s) work to open new conversations with leaders from a broad range of fields, including law, policy, ethics, and the arts, has challenged us to imagine computational thinking as a critical part of every discipline.”
Join us for Women at the Table’s Virtual Algorithms 101 and be activated to make a free, feminist and inclusive digital future a reality...
1 April 15:00-15:45 CET / 09:00- 09:45 EST
15 April 15:00-15:45 CET / 09:00- 09:45 EST
29 April 15:00-15:45 CET / 09:00- 09:45 EST