Dutch Digital Women’s Roundtable
The event was chaired by Lejla Batina, professor of Digital Security, Radboud University. Experts from across the Netherlands were invited to participate in five roundtable discussions, each led by an organizer:
Astrid Zuurbier, Coordinator Diversity in Science, NWO
Connecting Science & Society: Inclusion through AI
Lynda Hardman, Manager Research & Strategy at CWI, professor of Multimedia Discourse Interaction, Utrecht University & Director of Amsterdam Data Science
Count us in! Beating the Bias in Digital Society
Ana Maldonado, Head of Data Strategy & Corporate Solutions, Qualogy
Diversify Digital! Hiring and Retaining Women in Academia and Industry
Cocky Booij, Director, VHTO (National Bureau for girls and women in technology)
So Many Courses, so Few Girls: Encouraging girls to study tech
Iris Kisjes, Senior External Relations Manager, Elsevier
Designing for Values: Responsibly combining artificial and human intelligence for open and diverse science
Results of discussions will be carried forward to form actions and recommendations for the Dutch Government and the European Gender Summit.
Recap Knowledge Session on urgent questions about ChatGPT
Pascal Wiggers, Frank Kresin and the Digitial Society School recently organized a knowledge session to discuss the possibilities and dangers of ChatGPT for education with teachers.
ROBUST AI programme receives additional €25 million in funding from Dutch Research Council
ROBUST, a new initiative by the Innovation Center for Artificial Intelligence (ICAI).
UvA Impact Stories presents first edition on Smart Cities
UvA’s new segment called Impact Stories just released its first edition which will focus on Smart Cities. Learn more about cameras, AI and the use of your data in the smart city here. In this piece, UvA researchers Cees Snoek and Heleen Janssen are examining the massive potential, pitfalls and impact of all this knowledge on our society.