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Marjolein Lanzing from the Platform for the Ethics and Politics of Technology (PEPT) and Katrin Schulz from the Institute of Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) are organising a workshop on algorithmic injustice. It concerns how artificial intelligence applications play an increasingly important role in our daily life, and the serious societal risks with which these technological advances come.
Event details of Workshop on algorithmic injustice
Start date
26 June 2023
End date
27 June 2023

This workshop will bring together researchers from various disciplines who work on the societal impact of AI applications. The goal is to share ideas, best practices and discuss how harmful behavior of AI applications should be approached.

As part of the workshop, Lanzing and Schulz are organising a scientific panel discussion on Monday, 26 June with Jenneke EversAgathe BalaynWinnie Ma and Sennay Ghebreab. On Tuesday, 27 June 2023 there is Algorithm Injustice event at SPUI25 with Su Lin Blodget, Erin Beeghly, Nirit Peled, and Naomi Appelman.