Diversity in AI is one of the major ethical challenges that this technology brings us.
The share of women in AI is 22% in the world, 19% in Switzerland, 5% in France….
What is at stake? How can we “reconcile” men and women in the world of work? What can we learn from movements such as the Guerrilla Girls to increase the presence of women as a first step towards diversity?
Foccus initiative IDAIO – International Diversity AI Observatory
Friday 15 October 2021
16h00 – 18h30
Théâtre Saint-Gervais, Geneva
LIMITED NUMBER OF PLACES
Pr. Uni Geneva, gender, author, Switzerland-France
Isabelle Collet is a Professor at the University of Geneva’s Department of Education, where she heads the G-RIRE: Gender – After having worked extensively on the issue of gender in science and technology, she is now exploring more broadly the issues of gender in schools and the way in which different social relations intersect in the field of education and training. Her work with teachers and future teachers focuses on the implementation of a genuine pedagogy of equality.
CEO AI Center, Sweden
Principal Researcher, Montreal AI Ethics Institut, Canada
President of Women in Digital Switzerland, Geneva
A true social entrepreneur, in addition to her career as a specialist, she leads the Women in Digital Switzerland initiative in Geneva and is actively involved in the Open Geneva association.
Director UNESCO, Switzerland / Geneva
Fondation impactIA et Advisory Board IDAIO
International Diversity Artificial Intelligence Observatory
New perspectives open horizons to explore and a world of work to reinvent. For this to happen, everyone must be able to understand what AI is and what future we want to project ourselves into in order to be actors of a sustainable future.