What does the future of digital infrastructures look like through the lens of feminism and artificial intelligence? A feminist digital infrastructure of artificial intelligence is human-centered and not constructed for profit maximization, but rather aimed at creating and maintaining access for all users, including those with limited resources.
The event also explores the question of how we can create feminist infrastructures with AI and/or automated decision-making systems that prevent the continuation of colonial exploitation relationships and instead work with intersectional approaches.
Dr. Nishant Shah is a feminist, humanist, technologist working in digital cultures. He wears many hats as an academic, researcher, educator and annotator, interested in translating research for public discourse and being informed by public discourse to orient his research.
Moderation: Francesca Schmidt (BpB, Department of Political Education and Plural Democracy) and Hannah Lichtenthäler (netzforma e.V. - Verein für feministische Netzpolitik )
The series Digitalization: Feminist & Decolonial opens up power-critical perspectives on digital transformation and transformation processes and asks, among other things, about their effects on marginalized communities.
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