Bias in AI Book (& Movie) Group

TDAI hosts monthly gatherings for faculty, staff and students to discuss books and films addressing racial and gender bias in algorithms and the automated decision-making technologies that use them. Led by Dr. Zahra Atiq, the free-ranging conversations also explore societal ramifications and implications for researchers, educators and students.

Next Meeting: March 16, 4-5 p.m. ET – Data Feminism, by Catherine D’Ignazio and Laura F. Klein (MIT Press, 2020); specific sections to be discussed TBA

Want to join? Email us to request Zoom link.


Previous Selections


Other Reads and Resources

Webinar: “Understanding Racial Bias in Algorithms”– hosted by OSU Program on Data and Governance, 9/25/20


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