Colloquium – InES Gender Project Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Inclusion and Diversity

This colloquium is part of the InES Gender 210011 project – Diagnosis with gender perspectives on Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications in health in Chile, led by researchers Jocelyn Dunstan and Gabriela Arriagada, which aims to examine the application of AI in the Chilean health system from a gender perspective, identifying potential risks and adverse impacts. This project arises in response to the growing interest in AI both nationally and internationally, especially in the field of health, and seeks to make a diagnosis from the ethics and responsibility of data, asking the question: do we have enough elements to establish inclusive AI in our country?

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The colloquium will be held on October 14, 2024 at the San Joaquín Campus of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Santiago, Metropolitan Region), from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm.