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Feminist AI from an Anthropological POV
f<a+i>r Visions of Feminist AI from an Anthropological Perspective

This global event aims to connect the vision of gender justice movements, feminist economists, social & climate justice activists, anthropologists and interdisciplinary researchers with data scientists and machine learning experts who envision an inclusive and thriving future - to leverage this critical moment in history to bring new systems, models and feminist perspectives to policymakers at the solution table.

New inventions and management of tools have distinctly shaped economic and political systems, culture, society, women’s rights and gender justice throughout human history.

We are at a tipping point where it is uncertain whether data-driven AI technologies and tools will move us to the positive or the negative side of the gender justice equation.

In this critical moment, what is the vision of feminist AI from an anthropological perspective?

Kemly Camacho - Co-Founder, Sulá Batsú Cooperativa

Sareeta Amrute - Affiliate Associate Professor, University of Washington & Principle Researcher, Data & Society Research Institute

Peace Oliver Amuge - Executive Director, Women of Uganda Network

Amina Soulimani - Doctoral Research Fellow, HUMA-Institute for Humanities in Africa

Moderator: Ingrid Brudvig - Women@TheTable/A+ Alliance

Join us as we discuss these questions and more with our special guests focused on what Feminist AI means for the feminist movement!

If you have specific questions in advance, please feel free to submit them to Ingrid@WomenAtTheTable.net


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