20.4.2021, 11:00 – 13:00 Uhr
Non-knowledge, Laughter and The Moving Image presents: Katharine Jarmul
- Online via Zoom
What is our relationship with AI today and how has it progressed and changed with the expansion and use of AI in our daily lives? We'll discuss how we interact with AI emotionally, rationally and irrationally and how those interactions affect our ability to see AI for what it is. We'll also explore critique of AI systems, both artistic and political, in an effort to begin to question the often overlooked and unspoken "norms" we have created by allowing AI systems ever more reach in our lives and our society.
Katharine Jarmul is Head of Product at Cape Privacy, an encrypted machine learning platform. She is a passionate and internationally recognized data scientist, programmer, and lecturer. Previously, she held numerous roles at large companies and startups in the US and Germany, implementing data processing and machine learning systems with a focus on reliability, testability, privacy and security.
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