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Critical AI Working Group Meeting #2
Friday, February 5, at noon (via Zoom)

Sabelo Mhlambi (Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society), “From Rationality to Relationality: Ubuntu as an Ethical and Human Rights Framework for Artificial Intelligence Governance,” 7/8/2020, Carr Center Discussion Paper Series 2020-009.
Working Group Facilitator: Matthew Stone (Computer Science)

Dwaipayan Banerjee (MIT), “The Aesthetics of Decolonization,” work in progress
Working Group Facilitator: Jamie Pietruska (History)

Lily Hu (Harvard), “What is ‘Race’ in Algorithmic Discrimination on the Basis of Race?,” work in progress
Working Group FacilitatorLauren Goodlad (English/Comp Lit)

Tae Wan Kim (Carnegie Mellon), “Taking Principles Seriously: A Hybrid Approach to Value Alignment” (December 2020) 
Working Group FacilitatorLauren Goodlad (English/Comp Lit)

Safiya Noble (UCLA), “Searching for People and Communities,” from Algorithms of Oppression (New York: NYU Press, 2018).
Working Group Facilitator: Britt Paris (Library and Information Science)

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Critical AI Working Group Meeting #1
Friday, January 22, at noon (via Zoom)

Katina Michael (Arizona State), “Big Data: New Opportunities and New Challenges.” Guest Editor’s intro to a special issue of Computer 46.6 (June 2013).
Working Group Facilitator: Amélie Marian (Computer Science)

Michele Gilman (Baltimore), “Poverty Lawgorithms” Data and Society Report (September 15, 2020)
Working Group Facilitator:  Ellen P. Goodman (Law)

AI Now Institute and NYU Center for Disability Studies, “Disability, Bias, and AI”
(reading selected by Meredith Whittaker, co-founder of the AI Now Institute)
Working Group Facilitator: Zarena Aslami (Michigan State, English)