Culture.trace

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A Vibe Called Tech and SOAS University bring together journalists, technologists and academics to explore the possibility of creating a different approach to AI.

Culture.trace in an experiment and public research engagement designed to demonstrate an alternative approach to AI, where humans are regarded with kindness, empathy and imagination rather than historical biases and stereotypes. The events will aim to demonstrate how technology, and the people it analyses, is most interesting when approached through a non-judgemental and positive lens.

Over two days, you are invited to engage with a new inclusive AI tool, watch a documentary on AI Bias and learn about the affects of AI on minority communities. You can share your thoughts surrounding AI as a display is built showcasing public contributions to the subject. Drop in between 10.30am - 5pm, on Sat 9 and Sun 10 Nov to view the research. 

On Fri 8 Nov there will be a Q&A with journalists, technologists and academics where you can join the debate. 

This event will be live-streamed and followed by a reception.

Non-ticket holders are welcome to drop in to the Hub from 6.30pm on Fri 8 Nov to redeem any unclaimed tickets to the Q&A. 

Find out more about A Vibe Called Tech and Quilt.AI.

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