PUBLIC: Zen and the Art of Film: Coded Bias2021-02-09T09:33:57-05:00
Monday, February 1, 2021,   To RSVP click here

Join O Cinema,  The Betsy Hotel and Miami Beach Urban Studios for a film screening followed by a talk back.

Screening: Coded Bias is an American documentary film that premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. It was directed by Shalini Kantayya and follows researchers and advocates, principally MIT computer scientist Joy Buolamwini, as they explore how algorithms encode and propagate bias. Shalini Kantayya’s “Coded Bias” effectively brings to light a modern civil rights issue that can be proven with data—the bias within facial recognition programs, particularly against those who are not like the white men who originally formed such technology. (Such powerful data collecting and distributing technology is used in America by the likes of Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.)

Talk Back:  Special guests Mark A. Finlayson, Eminent Scholar Chaired Associate Professor of Computer Science at FIU’s School of Computing and Information, Gregory Johnson, a JSK Stanford Fellow and director of Code for South Florida and Ernie Hsiung, a 2015 Code for America fellow and instructor at Wyncode will be interviewed by members of the O Cinema team.

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