Designing
Inclusion
in
AI:
Equity,
Ethics,
Engagement

Mar 7, 2024

About

THE DESIGN REDEFINED SERIES


These events aim to challenge conventional understandings of design as a process of enhancing aesthetics, usability, or marketability and instead encourages a deeper understanding of design as a powerful tool for change.

Do you love art, STEM, and/or design? Innovators for Purpose (iFp), a BIPOC-led non-profit youth design and innovation studio, is partnering with the MIT Museum and the MIT Morningside Academy for Design to develop a quarterly discussion series called Design Redefined.

The event is free with admission to the MIT Museum, (admission will be waived for all visitors beginning at 3pm on the session dates). Seating is limited.

Designing Inclusion in AI: Equity, Ethics, Engagement

This event was previously announced as Designing Sustainability and was changed to Designing Inclusion in AI.

Join us as we reimagine the AI landscape through intentional design. In this session, we will examine how the principles of equity, ethics, and engagement can transform AI from a technology where inclusion is not just an aspiration, but the primary catalyst for innovation. This program will be moderated by Innovators for Purpose, a BIPOC-led non-profit youth design and innovation studio.

A maker activity and networking opportunity will follow the panel discussion.

Appropriate for teens and adults.

Speakers

Moderator

Ramzey Burdette
Boston Latin Academy, iFp Emerging Innovator

Panelists

Daniella DiPaola
PhD Student, MIT Media Lab

Wendell Joseph
Thinker, Dreamer, Educator, Designer, Strategic Advisor

ACCESSIBILITY

Our events are enriched by your presence and we are committed to making them accessible.

Please email us at [email protected] to request accommodations.

Information

    March 7, 2024, 4–6pm

    MIT Museum
    314 Main Street, Cambridge

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