With every new advancement in the rapidly growing field of artificial intelligence, the gender, racial, and socio-economic biases embedded within technology become more apparent. As the AI workforce becomes increasingly diverse—from engineers, data scientists, and coders to filmmakers, artists, and scholars—is it possible to create a deeply inclusive, culturally conscious artificial intelligence?
Davar Ardalan, founder of interactive storytelling agency IVOW, discusses an innovative approach with AI in storytelling expert Rafael Pérez y Pérez, research professor at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana at Cuajjimalpa, Mexico City.
Details here: Hammer Museum in Los Angeles: WEDNESDAY MAY 1, 2019 7:30PM
Looking forward to presenting at STARWest in Anaheim, California on October 3! Learn more here. STARWEST is one of the longest-running conferences on software testing and quality assurance. Together with software managers, developers, test professionals, and quality engineers around the world we can create AI with empathy.
We are witnessing a pivotal time in human history, as artificial intelligence (AI) is integrated into just about every new or established industry. However, with this promise there is a global lack of understanding. What is AI and why should I care?
International aid and development agencies are investing in many aspects of AI technology and we suggest that storytelling must be one of them. More and more, AI can be used to preserve indigenous languages and cultural heritage, which provide a core foundation in sustaining communities. On 27-31 May, 2019 at the AI For Good Global Summit in Geneva, AI, Culture and Storytelling will be workshopped for the first time. Read the full story here on ITU News.