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A Workshop on Bias in Artificial Intelligence
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This material has been gathered and/or modified by [ZKM | Hertz-Lab](https://zkm.de/en/about-the-zkm/organization/hertz-lab) as part of the project [»The Intelligent Museum«](#the-intelligent-museum).
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Additional Resources
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- [Original TensorFlow Code](https://colab.research.google.com/github/tensorflow/fairness-indicators/blob/master/g3doc/tutorials/Fairness_Indicators_TFCO_CelebA_Case_Study.ipynb)
- [A survey of Bias in ML](https://arxiv.org/pdf/1908.09635.pdf)
- [An awesome collection of material](https://github.com/datamllab/awesome-fairness-in-ai)
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The Intelligent Museum
----------------------
An artistic-curatorial field of experimentation for deep learning and visitor participation
The [ZKM | Center for Art and Media](https://zkm.de/en) and the [Deutsches Museum Nuremberg](https://www.deutsches-museum.de/en/nuernberg/information/) cooperate with the goal of implementing an AI-supported exhibition. Together with researchers and international artists, new AI-based works of art will be realized during the next four years (2020-2023). They will be embedded in the AI-supported exhibition in both houses. The Project „The Intelligent Museum“ is funded by the Digital Culture Programme of the [Kulturstiftung des Bundes](https://www.kulturstiftung-des-bundes.de/en) (German Federal Cultural Foundation) and funded by the [Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien](https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/bundesregierung/staatsministerin-fuer-kultur-und-medien) (Federal Government Commissioner für Culture and Media).
As part of the project, digital curating will be critically examined using various approaches of digital art. Experimenting with new digital aesthetics and forms of expression enables new museum experiences and thus new ways of museum communication and visitor participation. The museum is transformed to a place of experience and critical exchange.
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