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Women in AI USA – Respectful and Responsible AI
May 5 @ 19:00 - 20:00 CDT
Women in AI – New York: our May WaiTALK is a fireside chat with Mona Sloane, Senior Research Scientist at the NYU Center for Responsible AI and Dr. Karina Alexanyan, Founder/CEO at Humanication – who will share their perspective on AI innovation, policy and especially designing data and tech to address inequality. We will have a Q&A session with inspired pioneers as we discuss the opportunity to apply ethical AI education principles and expand inclusive workforce pipelines, and ultimately what keeps them brimming with new ideas across respectful and responsible AI.
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Mona Sloane is is a sociologist working on inequality in the context of AI design and policy. She frequently publishes and speaks about AI, ethics, equitability and policy in a global context. Mona is a Fellow with NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge (IPK), where she convenes the Co-Opting AI series and co-curates the The Shift series. She also is a Senior Research Scientist at the NYU Center for Responsible AI, an Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, and is part of the inaugural cohort of the Future Imagination Collaboratory (FIC) Fellows at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Mona is the technology editor of Public Books, and is a fellow at The GovLab.
Dr. Karina Alexanyan has over 15 years of experience directing research & program initiatives at the intersection of social science, information technology, media, and education. Dr. Alexanyan consults with leading academic and social impact organizations on issues related to responsible and respectful technology. She has worked with Stanford, Harvard and Columbia University, as well as organizations such as Partnership on AI, All Tech is Human, and the m2B Alliance (me2BA.org). Karina’s academic research explores how our values manifest in the tools we create, and how those tools shape us in turn. Her professional work applies these insights towards developing and leveraging technologies for social benefit.
Organizer: Women in AI, New York Chapter
Women in AI (WAI) is a nonprofit do-tank working towards gender-inclusive AI that benefits global society. Our mission is to increase female representation and participation in AI. We are a community-driven initiative bringing empowerment, knowledge and active collaboration via education, research, events, and blogging.
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