Playing through December 3.
- Platform: AmherstCinemaAtHome.org
- Ticket details: $12 ticket price // 30 days to start watching // two days to finish once started
- How to watch: Through the internet browser on your computer, tablet, or smart phone
Merging cinema vérité and graphic visual elements, CODED BIAS captures MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini’s startling discovery that most facial recognition software does not accurately see dark-skinned faces.
Through Joy’s transformation from scientist to tireless advocate, CODED BIAS sheds light on the impacts of AI on civil rights.
Below, check out the panel discussion, "Beyond Minority Report: A Look at Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement," recorded live on Thursday, November 19.
This event was moderated by CNN Commentator Van Jones, joined by:
- Joy Buolamwini, Founder, Algorithmic Justice League
- Clare Garvie, Researcher, The Perpetual Lineup
- Shalini Kantayya, Director, CODED BIAS
- Kade Crockford, Director, Technology for Liberty Program, ACLU
Science on Screen: Compelling films paired with lively talks by experts in science, technology and medicine.
Science on Screen® is an initiative of the Coolidge Corner Theatre with major support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.