Artificial intelligence is increasingly shaping the future of information seeking, discovery, and curation. While AI may claim to make these practices easier, several scholars have been raising essential questions about the nature of this technology and its implications for racial justice, political polarization, and privacy in the information ecosystem.
The fifth session of the AI Infodemic: Interrogating Algorithms of Information Seeking reading group will cover the topic of online classification, focusing on algorithmic bias as described by Safiya Noble in her book Algorithms of Oppression.
For a complete list of materials covered in this session, view the schedule on the program website.
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The AI Infodemic: Interrogating Algorithms of Information Seeking reading group is sponsored by the HRI Research Cluster: AI & Society: Privacy, Ethics and (Dis)Information.
Co-organizers: MS/LIS student Sarah Appedu and Affiliate Professor Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, professor and coordinator for information literacy services and instruction in the University Library.
Questions? Contact Sarah Appedu
This event is sponsored by HRI Research Cluster: AI & Society: Privacy, Ethics and (Dis)Information