Rise of the Silent Stereotypes: Tracing the Social Consequences of Biased AI in the Realm of Mental Health
|:: Projekt U273 (Szczegóły)|
|Czas trwania projektu: 1 godz. (45 min.)|
Edycja zakończonaPoniedziałek 2023-09-18 09:00 - 10:00
Wolne miejsca: 25
Miejsce realizacji: Wydział Filozofii i Socjologii (201)
Adres: Lublin, Plac Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 4
In this compelling exploration, we delve into the seldom-discussed consequences of technology on our mental health landscapes, particularly focusing on how inherent biases in artificial intelligence perpetuate stereotypes and affect treatment outcomes. As we increasingly rely on AI-driven platforms for mental health diagnostics, therapy, and support, it's essential we understand that these algorithms aren't just cold, impartial strings of code – they are reflections of human biases that can unwittingly enhance systemic stigmas.
This talk illuminates these shadowy corners of tech influence, tracing the arc of impact from seemingly harmless bias to substantial social consequence. Designed to engage both general audiences and students, this talk doesn't require a deep understanding of tech or psychology. Rather, it's an invitation to all of us to become informed digital citizens in an era where our mental health is being silently shaped by lines of code. This discussion is not just about identifying problems, but it also opens a forum on potential solutions – how can we program empathy into AI? How can we make our digital tools work towards breaking stereotypes instead of reinforcing them?
If you're curious about the intersection of technology, psychology, and social justice, join us as we uncover the silent stereotypes rising within the realm of artificial intelligence and its impact on mental health. Learn how you, too, can play a role in the ethical evolution of AI-powered healthcare.
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