Coded Bias

Coded Bias

Coded Bias is an utterly compelling wake-up call and a call to action that unmasks Artificial Intelligence by laying bare the racial and gender biases that permeate its algorithms.

Screening with:
1. Short film: SUCKA PUNCH (Iggy London, 2020)
2. Spoken word: A.I., AIN'T I A WOMAN? (Joy Buolamwini, 2018)

PLEASE NOTE: Coded Bias contains a section of non-English dialogue. Please make sure you have English subtitles or captions switched on by clicking the 'CC' button at the bottom right of the video player.

This film is available to watch at any time between 00:00 on 16 September and 23:59 on 27 September.

Watch the Q&A: (held Wed 16 Sept)

Content notes:
Coded Bias: Contains references to racism (including anti-semitism), misogyny, and some depictions of racially-motivated violence.

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Coded Bias

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