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Understanding Bias in Artificial Intelligence

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Join us for a discussion to uncover the surprising biases that exist in the design of AI -- and the
far-reaching repercussions on society. Algorithms make important decisions that affect our daily lives - but the myriad issues with how they are made and who is making them can create harmful outputs.

Attend this session to better understand this issue that affects everyone who works in tech -- and how companies can reduce bias in their AI by addressing the full spectrum of the issue -- including hiring, education, detection and systems and processes.  Our panelists represent voices across the world of tech leadership, government, academia, and the Seattle tech-building community.  
Together we can combat bias in AI. RIGHT THIS WITH US!

After the discussion, join us for a casual cocktail reception to connect with tech industry leaders who are interested in this important issue -- and take the EqualAI “AI Ready” test!

Speakers include:

Miriam Vogel

Executive Director, EqualAI

Ryan Calo

Law Professor, UW
Co-director, Tech Policy Lab
Affiliate scholar, Stanford CIS

Navrina Singh

Principal/Director Product Manager, Microsoft AI

Alex Spinelli

Chief Technology Officer, LivePerson

Chad Oda

Head of Consulting,
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About EqualAI

EqualAI is an initiative focused on correcting and preventing unconscious bias in the development of artificial intelligence.

Together with leaders across business, technology, and academia, we are developing guidelines, standards and tools to ensure equal representation in the creation of AI.

EqualAI was launched in June 2018 by Robert LoCascio, LivePerson Founder & CEO, Arianna Huffington, Jimmy Wales, Founder, Wikipedia and Dr. Justine Cassell, Associate Dean for Technology Strategy and Impact, Carnegie Mellon University.




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