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How much do you know about Discrimination and Bias in AI?






How much do you know about discrimination and bias in AI? As part of the DIVERSIFAIR European project, we would like to invite you to answer a survey about bias in the context of AI systems.


Women in AI is excited to be a part of DIVERSIFAIR (Diversify with Intersectionally FAIRer Artificial Intelligence), a project funded under the European programme Erasmus+. This 36-month project aims to address the issue of intersectional fairness in AI. With eight consortium partners from six EU countries, including educational institutions, research organisations, businesses, and non-governmental organisations, DIVERSIFAIR aims to prevent the emergence of invisible minority groups that could face systematic disadvantages due to AI-driven biases. It seeks to raise social awareness, influence policy-making, and provide future-proof AI training.


As part of our efforts to collect insights on intersectional bias in the context of AI systems, we would like to invite you to participate in a survey about bias in AI. This survey should only take 9 minutes of your time and your input will help us further understand the challenges and opportunities in this area.


This survey is aimed for the broad AI community and aims to gather their insights, experiences and opinions about bias in the context of AI systems. The results of the survey will contribute to building educational materials about bias in AI. 


Women in AI are excited to be a part of the DIVERSIFAIR project and look forward to making meaningful contributions to the advancement of intersectional fairness in AI. Stay tuned for updates on our progress and ways you can get involved in promoting a more inclusive and equitable AI landscape.

More information on the project can be found on the DIVERSIFAIR Linkedin page and in the below press release


11 April-DIVERSIFAIR press release announcement
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Acknowledgement

This project has received funding from the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in the framework of Erasmus+, EU solidarity Corps A.2 - Skills and Innovation under grant agreement 101107969.

The DIVERSIFAIR project runs from June 2023 to June 2026.


For further information, please contact

Louise Aupetit, DIVERSIFAIR WP communication and impact maximisation: louise(a)womeninai.co

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