When

Thursday, December 10, 2020 -
3:00pm to 6:30pm

Tickets & Registration

Admission is FREE and open to the public, but RSVP is required. Register below, while spots last! After registering, you will receive a link to join the event when it is live at the specified date and time.

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This event will be hosted on Zoom, a free video conferencing app. Download Zoom for your device, here.

Through a series of three online workshops, the CAC invites you to participate in creating a Feminist Data Set. Through the work of artist Caroline Sinders, learn about Artificial Intelligence (AI), computer algorithms, mechanical turks, and how to create a more free and just technological future.

Together, we will create a data set that has never existed before, and use that data to create Feminist AI. You don't need to be a technologist, AI engineer, or a robot to participate; just have open mind, a lot of curiosity, and a desire to resist data bias!

The workshops are hosted on Zoom and are open to anyone interested in exploring the project, and are intersectional, trans, and non-gender binary inclusive. This event is part of the CAC's online programming for Make America What America Must Become, An Exhibition of Gulf South Artists, on view at the CAC through January 24, 2021. Learn more  and explore our Virtual Exhibition, here!

About Workshop #3 -  Thursday, December 10, 2020

Workshop #3-This work is a deep provocation, but a reflection of our wants and needs, as a community. What is an intersectional feminist AI system, or what would an intersectional feminist algorithm need?

Let's speculate: if we were, as a community, to instruct an AI system to reflect our needs, what instructions, parameters, or even a kind of manifesto, would we want to present to these larger systems? Or perhaps, what do we wish for Ai systems to refuse, to fail, and to limit their extent and power?

Admission is free and open to the public, but registration is required

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Register for The Feminist Data Set Workshops

The workshops are designed to be experienced together but can be booked onto seperately if you are unable to make all dates. RSVP for the other upcoming workshops, below.

Workshop #1 (October 15, 2020): Can data collection itself function as an artwork? Can it act as a form of protest? Learn More and RSVP

Workshop #2 (November 5, 2020): How are people used and mistreated in AI and how can we intervene in this underpaid, technical, labor system? Learn More and RSVP

 

Caroline Sinders

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