Algorithmic Justice League’s Joy Buolamwini: “Pale male data”
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson bring on Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, to talk about pole vaulting (3:50 ), meandering from Ghana to Mississippi to Oxford (5:50 ), how her upbringing shaped her work (8:20 ), founding the Justice League (10:10 ), the lack of transparency in artificial intelligence (12:30 ), on how we’ve already lost our faces (14:20 ), the problems with data (15:40 ), Amazon’s failing system (21:10 ), why companies sell flawed product (26:10 ), the problem of standards (28:10 ), what she expects to happen with facial recognition (31:20 ), the regulatory backlash (33:35 ), why she chose the Justice League name (35:50 ), why she backs films and art (36:35 ) and being joined by others (38:50 ).
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