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Intersectionality and Algorithmic Discrimination: Intersecting Disciplinary Perspectives
Public lecture Tuesday 19 December 2017
‘Fairness and Accountability of Sociotechnical Algorithmic Systems’
Together with Museum Boerhaave, the Lorentz Center organizes the public lecture ‘Fairness and Accountability of Sociotechnical Algorithmic Systems’’. The lecture will be given by danah boyd from New York. She is a Microsoft researcher and founder of the research institute Data & Society. In her lecture she will examine a wide variety of issues that emerge around socially-oriented technologies that leverage big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
The lecture (in English) is open to the public and starts at 17:00 in Rijksmuseum Boerhaave. Entrance is free.
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