«The Hidden Agenda of AI» — Opening of the 2018 Berliner Gazette conference AMBIENT REVOLTS
Do self-learning algorithms have their own agenda for a better world? Two speakers will look for answers: Louise Amoore (UK) researches in the areas of global geopolitics and security, focusing on how forms of data, analytics and risk management are changing the techniques of border control and security. Tanja Sihvonen
(Finland) is a professor in communication studies and specializes in digital media, computer games as well as participatory cultures on the internet. In her current research focus on algorithmic agency and Artificial Intelligence in social media she raises critical issues of gender bias and ethics. Moderated by Berlin-based political consultant and activist Sandra Mamitzsch
, this talk will put the hidden logics of AI up for debate.
This talk will take place at ZK/U on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Limited seats, free entry.
More here: http://ambient-revolts.berlinergazette.de