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Film Series and Discussion: In Whose Image? Envisioning an Inclusive and Vibrant AI Future

L: A salmon-colored figure with a human brain. R: An abstract shadowy figure with an abstract representation of an AI mind in red/yellow circuitry. The figures face each other.
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Monday, April 19, 2021
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Wesley Hogan, Natalie Bullock Brown, Marsha Gordon, Shalini Kantayya
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In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities

If human beings are creating artificial intelligence that influences the future, who determines which of us get to imagine that future? Whose voices will be heard, and whose imagination and vision will be realized?

Join us for a series of provocative films, each illuminating a particular lens through which artificial intelligence can and should be imagined. Film scholars Natalie Bullock Brown, Marsha Gordon, Wesley Hogan, and award-winning filmmaker Shalini Kantayya will participate in a dynamic panel discussion on Monday, April 19 at 3:00pm EDT to explore how these films frame possible visions for our shared future.

Contact: CDS Front Desk