AJL's founder is an acclaimed TED talk speaker. Watch her famous talk highlighting her story and research that led her to launch the Algorithmic Justice League.
Debuted at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, “The Coded Gaze” mini documentary follows Poet of Code Joy Buolamwini's personal frustrations with facial recognition software and the need for more inclusive code.
A spoken word piece that highlights the ways in which artificial intelligence can misinterpret the images of iconic black women: Oprah, Serena Williams, Michelle Obama, and more.
Joy Buolamwini, a poet of code, tells stories that make daughters of diasporas dream and sons of privilege pause.
Joy Buolamwini performs her spoken word piece “AI, Ain’t I A Woman?”—her response to algorithmic bias - in the Vision & Justice segment.
“The Coded Gaze” keynote at Stanford HAI 2019 Fall Conference.
As artificial intelligence continues to transform our daily lives and power our world, are we stopping to ask ourselves, "Do these technologies benefit all of us?
We risk losing the gains made with the civil rights movement and women's movement under the false assumption of machine neutrality.
“Can You See My Face?” is a poetic video by AJL's founder that illustrates the bias in coded systems.