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2022

The 17 Goals are: No poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry, innovation and infrastructure, reduced inequalities, sustainable cities and communities, responsible consumption and production, climate action, life below water, life on land, peace, justice and strong institutions as well as partnerships for the goals.Image: UN

Chal­lenges of Sus­tain­ab­il­ity Re­search

Kick-off conference of the Kassel Institute for Sustainability

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2021

Fe­mi­n­ist HCI Me­thods 2021

Event series on "Me­thods, Theo­ries, and Ta­king Ac­tion through Gen­der and Fe­mi­nis­ms in Hu­man-Com­pu­ter In­ter­ac­tion (HCI)"

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Mensch und Computer 2021 Aufbruch in eine neue Zukunft

Mensch und Com­puter 2021

Workshop zu "Par­ti­zi­pa­ti­ve & so­zi­al­ver­ant­wort­li­che Tech­nikentwicklung"

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CHItaly 2021

Workshop on "Critical Tools for Machine Learning: Figuring, fabulating, situating, diffracting machine learning systems design"

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New Materialist Informatics, 23-25 March 2021

New Ma­ter­i­al­ist In­form­at­ics 2021

11th International New Materialisms Conference

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The screenshot shows four open tabs on a computer, a big one on the left and three small ones on the right, one below the other. The livestream of the camera connected to the computer is displayed in the big tab. The still shows four white people in the foreground who are standing next to each other and are looking into the camera. In the background there are three other people as well as bricks on the wall and the ceiling. There are lights facing the ceiling and the ground. The faces of three of the four people in the foreground are in part illuminated by the light. The faces of the four people are framed with boxes - this means they are recognized by the facial recognition software. Above each box the predictions of the software regarding emotion, gender and age as well as the calculated privilege score are written as text. The person on the left holds a paper moustache in front of their mouth and smiles with the mouth closed. The box around their face is green, the text above the box says "face confidence 1.0, Happy White Man - 'Age': 6.5, Social Privilege: 1.0". The person next to them smiles with the mouth open, showing their teeth. The box around their face is red, the text says "face confidence 0.8, Happy White Man - 'Age': 9.5, Social Privilege: 1.0". The third person wears glasses and smiles with their mouth slightly open. The box is green, the text says "face confidence 0.8, Happy White Woman - 'Age': 28.5, Social Privilege: 1.0". The person on the right doesn't smile. They have a green box around their face, the text above says "face confidence 1.0, Neutral White Woman - 'Age': 19.0, Social Privilege: 1.0". The small tab in the above right corner called "Emotion" displays a diagram of emotions (y-axis values "Neutral", "Surprised", "Sad", "Happy", "Afraid", "Disgusted", "Angry", x-axis values 0 to 1) with "Neutral" showing the highest value (around 0.8). The small tab below called "Predicted 'Gender'" displays a diagram with the values "Woman" and "Man" on other sides of the x-axis. An orange, half-round dot sits above the value "Man" in the middle of the y-axis. The small tab in the bottom left corner called "Predicted 'Ethnicity'" displays a diagram of ethnicity (y-axis values "Other", "Indian", "Asian", "Black", "White", x-axis values 0.0 and 0.5) with "White" having the highest value (above 0.5).

"So­cial Priv­ilege Es­tim­ator" will be presen­ted at the ITeG Brown Bag Sem­inar

The "Social Privilege Estimator" was developed at GeDIS to illustrate the basic functions of machine learing. This interactive software uses facial recognition to calculate "individual privilege" based on external features and displays a so-called "privilege score". It functions as a suggestion to reflect on questions of social inequalities.

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2020

Mensch und Computer 2020. Digitaler Wandel im Fluss der Zeit

Mensch und Com­puter 2020

Workshop zu "Par­ti­zi­pa­ti­ve & so­zi­al­ver­ant­wort­li­che Tech­nik­ge­stal­tung"

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EASST4S Prague 2020 August 18-21

EAS­ST4S 2020

Panel on "Craf­ting Cri­ti­cal Me­tho­do­lo­gies in Com­pu­ting: theo­ries, prac­tices and fu­ture di­rec­tions"

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