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Ethical Artificial Intelligence: An introduction to machine learning for social impact

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Ethical Artificial Intelligence: An introduction to machine learning for social impact

Time: May 15, 2023 at 6pm to May 24, 2023 at 7pm
Location: Online
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Event Type: training, (fee-based, with, limited, scholarships, available)
Organized By: Emily Springer
Latest Activity: May 11, 2023

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Hi everyone! I'm running my ethical (i.e. feminist!) AI training again in case anyone is interested! This is specifically for professionals who work in gender and social inclusion and want an introduction to machine learning and social inequalities!

Learn the basics, gain skills, and build confidence to engage in social impact projects with machine learning components. If you work in gender & social inclusion support, proposal development, program design, backstopping, and other non-technical areas, this training is for you. In this 5-day interactive online course, we will learn how machine learning algorithms operate, review development use cases, and explore challenges around bias, ethics, and inclusion. We will finish with best practices and examples of harnessing the power of machine learning for gender equity and social inclusion. This course will empower you to represent gender equality, social inclusion, diversity, and equity concerns and propose solutions in machine learning discussions in your organization.

Check out the full details at Cynara Ethical AI!

Session 1: Intro to AI, inequalities, and machine learning models

Session 2: The digital divide and data inequalities

Session 3: Fairness and bias metrics and ethics statements

Session 4: Moving to practice

Session 5: Toward Ethical AI in Practice

Note to participants: (1) no statistics required! We will work from conceptual and layperson understandings and (2) we will use examples from data-rich U.S. to understand ethical concerns before applying these to international development and social sector cases.

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Comment by Fatimata Ouilma SINARE on May 8, 2023 at 17:46

I really appreciate this great initiative and I would like to participate in. 

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