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Join Kate Crawford, Research Professor of Communication and STS, Senior Principal Researcher, USC Annenberg, Microsoft Research for a Obert C. Tanner Lecture on Artificial Intelligence and Human Values on the topic of Excavating “Ground Truth” in AI: Epistemologies and Politics in Training Data. A public seminar discussion on March 4th will follow this event.
In this lecture, Kate Crawford will share new work that reflects on what’s at stake in the architecture and contents of training sets, and how they are increasingly part of our urban, legal, logistical, and commercial infrastructures. Professor Crawford’s lecture is one of seven special Obert C. Tanner Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Human Values. The six other participating universities in this series are Stanford University, University of Utah, University of Michigan, Yale University, Oxford University, and Cambridge University.
This virtual event will be available to UC Berkeley students, faculty, staff and the greater Berkeley community virtually via live-stream video on the lecture webpage.
Like all Berkeley Graduate Lectures, this event is free and open to the public. Please register to receive updates regarding the event.
For more information about this lecture and upcoming lecture series events, please visit the Tanner Lectures webpage.