[isoc-ny] ISOC-NY TV Show 2pm today – Community Forum on Algorithmic Bias

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The large attendance at this event reflected the growing public concern
about undesirable outcomes of tech's increasing influence over society.
Watch to the end where Fabian Rogers, a Brooklyn public housing resident,
talks about how his community organized to defeat plans for facial
recognition to be implemented in their building's security cameras.

ISOC Live posted: "On November 14-15 2019 the Internet Society, in
partnership with the Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable
Development, organizes the European Community Networks Summit “Community
Networks: Connecting the Next Billion” in Tbilisi, Georgia. Over the"

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<http://www.mnn.org/live/2-lifestyle-channel>Today, *Wednesday
January 22 2020*, the *ISOC-NY TV show* show features the *Community Forum
on Algorithmic Bias <http://isoc-ny.org/p2/10684>* organized by *NAACP
Legal Defense and Educational Fund <https://www.naacpldf.org/>* (LDF) and
co-partners on December 7 2019. *Automated Decision Systems
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automated_decision_support>* (ADSs) are used
to make decisions about every major area of New Yorkers’ lives, including
Public Housing, Education, Employment, Child Welfare, and Policing. In
today’s program we learn more about this widely-used technology from *Janai
Nelson*, NAACP LDF, *Dr. Ruha Benjamin*, Princeton University, *Rashida
Richardson*, AI Now Institute; *Katurah Topps*, NAACP LDF, and *Fabian
Rogers*, Atlantic Towers, including how NYC residents can demand change in
its adoption and operation.

*What: ISOC-NY TV – Community Forum on Algorithmic BiasWhere: Manhattan
Neighborhood NetworkWhen: Wednesday January 22 2020 2pm-3pm EST |
19:00-20:00 UTCManhattan Cable: SPECTRUM 56 / 1996 | RCN 83 | FiOS
34Webcast: http://www.mnn.org/live/2-lifestyle-channel

*View on Youtube: https://youtu.be/EZmhoqQp34c


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