People with disabilities across the world come face-to-face with systems that were not designed for or with them, and that includes artificial intelligence (AI).
Access researcher, Louise Hickman from the London School of Economics and the Ada Lovelace Institute, offers a compelling insight into the space between algorithms and people, and the importance of disability-led design in considering AI and data.
Using real-life examples, such as captioning, she will explore the fascinating dynamic between technology, its diverse users and the wider environment, both from a practical and ethical standpoint.
Date, time and venue info:
13 September 2022 - 12:00
Vijay Patel Building, Fletcher Hub 4.09, De Montfort University