Artificial intelligence increasingly touches nearly every aspect of the public, private, and personal systems of our lives – from healthcare to policing to finance, from email to unlocking your phone. These technologies are bounds ahead of traditional regulatory mechanisms and frequently controlled and developed behind doors with little accountability to equity concerns. How are these technologies deepening and obscuring structures of othering? What are the possibilities for transformation, accountability, and regulation? What are pitfalls and promises of tech within racial justice work? How do we even keep up with what is possible? In this session we will hear from leading activists, academics, and creatives, who are digging into these questions with a focus on racial and economic equity. Participants will walk away with a new set of questions with which to approach AI and a framework for how belonging can be better embedded in AI’s future.
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