This event is part of the “Artificial Intelligence for Social Impact and Equity” series, a set of conversations about how artificial intelligence and the algorithms around us are making our society more or less fair and prosperous and how we can harness AI for the greatest positive social impact.
Co-sponsored by the High Tech Law Institute, the Center for Social Justice and Public Service, the Black Law Student Association (BLSA), and the Artificial Intelligence Student Association
Guest Speaker: Mutale Nkonde, Founding CEO of AI For the People (AFP) and UN Advisor on Race and AI
What role does artificial intelligence play in the resurgent fight against discrimination in the American criminal justice system? How can it be harnessed to enable a new generation of reformers to bring about true, lasting change? Join Mutale Nkonde, Founding CEO of AI For the People (AFP) and UN Advisor on Race and AI, to discuss these questions and the novel applications of artificial intelligence to the oldest American struggle. The discussion will be moderated by Professor Colleen Chien (Law), Alexandra Sepolen JD ’21 and Morgan Willis JD ’21 of the Black Law Student Association.