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Love Data: Exposing the Truth with CODED BIAS

Love Data: Exposing the Truth with CODED BIAS In-Person

Data and algorithms are an ever-present part of our current society. But, what happens if they possess bias? Join the River Campus Libraries for a viewing of the CODED BIAS documentary, which investigates widespread bias in algorithms, centered around the inability of facial recognition technologies to accurately detect darker-skinned faces or classify the faces of women. Nominated for and winner of numerous awards, this documentary explores the reality of a world where artificial intelligence is not neutral.

This events include light refreshments, a viewing of the complete 1 and a half hour documentary, and an optional discussion at the end.

This event is part of Love Data Month 2024. Please visit our webpage to learn more about our other events. 

Related LibGuide: Love Data 2024 by Heather Owen

Thursday, February 1, 2024
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
* Hawkins-Carlson Room (Rush Rhees 105) (Map )
Rush Rhees
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Heather Owen

Data Librarian

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Sarah Siddiqui

Reproducibility Librarian