When: May 6, 2019, 08.00-09.30
Breakfast will be served
Where: Alma, Nybrogatan 8, 114 34, Stockholm
Open remarks by Elaine Weidman Grunewald and Anna Felländer, Co-founders, AI Sustainability Center
Panel introduction by Lennart Hedström, CEO, TRR
Swedish Gender Equality Agency, Lena Ag
Cybercom, Annika Andreasson
Google, Sara Övreby
Klarna, Tonima Afroze
TRR, Anna Berggren
Moderated by Robin Hauser
About the topic
AI will improve our lives. But, as the technology relies on self-learning algorithms working on historical data sets, there is a risk that it may unintentionally enhance existing and historical gender biases. During this seminar we will focus on AI and gender bias in the labor market and the future of work. By challenging bias in recruitment, we find a diverse workforce and hidden talents, while contributing to increased diversity, higher innovation, and new career opportunities.
About the keynote – Robin Hauser
Hauser Robin is the director and producer of the award-winning film, CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap. Her most recent documentary, bias, explores unconscious bias and how it affects us socially and in the workplace. She delivered a TED talk about the impact of unconscious bias on AI, and is a frequent speaker at major conferences on topics including diversity and inclusion, the importance of ethical AI, and gender equality.