Tickets available from Theater de Veste (student discount € 7.50 / regular € 12.00).
In collaboration with Theater de Veste and the Bèta Balie Delft, we are proud to present the first satellite edition of the InScience Film Festival in Delft. All films are introduced by an expert and after the film, there is an opportunity for discussion.
One day media researcher Joy Buolamwini of MIT finds out that facial recognition programs have difficulty in recognizing her dark face. This leads to further research on racial identity and artificial intelligence and quickly it turns out that consciously or not a lot of algorithms have a bias against people with different skin colors. In this film we follow Joy during her research while she joins forces with other women who also try to improve civil rights in algorithms.
Introduction and discussion by Alessandro Bozzon. Alessandro Bozzon is Professor and Chair of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence with the Department of Design Engineering of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE). His work focuses on Crowd Computing, which advocates for the adoption of human intelligence at scale to improve the performance of artificial intelligence systems in terms of accuracy and adherence to people’s values, goals and needs.
InScience is een van de grootste wetenschapsfilmfestivals in Europa en uniek in Nederland. Het festival is gericht op het snijvlak tussen film, wetenschap en maatschappij. Het programma bestaat uit wetenschapsfilms, debatten en een educatieprogramma voor kinderen en jongeren. De zesde editie van het festival vindt plaats van 11 t/m 15 november in en rondom LUX Nijmegen.