Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Language, and Democracy.
The symposium aims to bring together academic peers and Dutch policy makers for joint knowledge exchange and discussion on who has actually the final say in an AI driven democracy. Major issues addressed during the symposium and panel discussions, will be focused on algorithmic bias, surveillance technologies, fake news, online privacy rights, speech and text generation, search engine censoring and post-feminist computing.
Speakers of the symposium are:
Evelyn Austin (Bits of Freedom, Amsterdam)
Ezekiel Dixon-Román (University of Pennsylvania)
Gigi Demming (Google, London)
Bernard Keenan (Birkbeck, University of London)
Jack Poulson (Tech Inquiry, Toronto)
Helen Pritchard (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Richard Rogers (University of Amsterdam)