Designing People-Centered AI: Modelling power and powerful modelling!

Thursday 8 December 2022

Starts 20:30 PM

Finishes 21:30 PM


Organized by Data, Cloud and AI in Lisbon


Venue: Online/Virtual

Address: Online event on your device
8600 Lisboa

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**Please join us at the session that is best suited to your time zone. Note that this topic is:**

**1. Repeated at two different times to accommodate various time zones, because it is**

**2. Posted simultaneously in multiple meetup groups world-wide**

While AI models are evolving and we recognize the need to ensure that they are unbiased and provide effective socio-technical solutions, there is still much work to be done.In this session, you will learn from an experienced Designer’s perspective about how to incorporate people-centered considerations in your AI models:

1. Applying current AI/Machine Learning models to create socio-technical solutions and their impact on people

2. Some considerations to keep in mind about how these wonderful AI models could be used and misused, at scale!

**Presenter: Dawn Ahukanna**

Dawn Ahukanna is a Design Principal and Front-End Architect for IBM Systems business unit. Collaborating and co-creating human-centered solutions with clients and business partners, streamlining IT asset management and operations applying automation and preventative maintenance.

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It is recommended that you register at this Webex link ahead of time to receive a calendar invite and reminder: [https://ibm.webex.com/ibm/j.php?RGID=r4c85f1aba2da26e21d61d0bda2981bd3](https://ibm.webex.com/ibm/j.php?RGID=r4c85f1aba2da26e21d61d0bda2981bd3).


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