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Automating the Crowd

When Jul 16, 2019
from 11:30 AM to 03:30 PM
Where Rayleigh Seminar Room, Maxwell Centre, West Cambridge Site, Cambridge CB3 0HE
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This workshop will create a space for reflection and discussion on the relationship between the work done using AI and the humans who make AI work. The focus of this workshop is to look at the unequal social relationships which underpin automation.

Through bringing together case studies of micro-work platforms, Machine Learning systems for image classification, citizen science projects and open source software communities, speakers will offer a broad perspective on the relationship between human and machines in AI systems.

Supported by: Cambridge Digital Humanities, Cambridge Big Data, Alan Turing Institute

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