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With Crystal Grant (ACLU), Lili Gangas (Kapor Center), Brian Vines (Consumer Reports).
Wed, May 31, 2023 @ 06:00 PM   FREE   Betaworks, 29 Little W 12th St
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Come to this celebration of BAD INPUT, Consumer Reports' upcoming short films on the biases in algorithms & datasets that result in unfair practices towards communities of color, often without them knowing. In partnership with Kapor Foundation.

This is part of All Tech Is Human's popular Responsible Tech Mixer + Speaker Series that gathers 200 people each month in NYC. On May 31st, we will have a screening of BAD INPUT, a panel conversation, & ample time for our Responsible Tech Mixer. Find others who deeply care about tackling wicked tech & society issues!

Like our previous Responsible Tech Mixers, this gathering will fill up.

The panel conversation will feature Crystal Grant (ACLU; featured in BAD INPUT), Lili Gangas (Kapor Center), & moderator Brian Vines (Consumer Reports).

All Tech Is Human is a non-profit committed to strengthening the Responsible Tech ecosystem so we can better tackle wicked tech & society issues & co-create a tech future aligned aligned with the public interest. After directly interacting with thousands of people since 2018, All Tech Is Human focuses on three key hurdles to improve our ability to tackle complex issues: speeding up our ability to considering the impacts of technology, creating a more cohesive multistakeholder network with a hub of knowledge, & diversifying the traditional tech pipeline with more disciplines, backgrounds, & perspectives.

Our organization has a wide range of activities, including a Slack community of over 5k members from across 64 countries, regular summits & mixers, a large mentorship program, open working groups & reports, our Responsible Tech Guide, & a job board + talent pool over over 1k individuals. See all of our projects & links here, & read about our mission & theory of change here.

Kapor Foundation has a mission to "create a more equitable technology ecosystem that addresses longstanding racial inequality, creates economic opportunity, tackles critical societal issues, & reflects the power & perspectives of communities of color."
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