Join us on 29 November from 16:00 – 20:00 for an unmissable Game Jam at Humanities Exhibition Gallery Space (7 Woodland Road).
From education and health to financial services and facial recognition, algorithms have become key components in scaling decision making. The danger, of course, is they can embed and augment existing biases, or even generate new types of bias within complex systems. This danger is only amplified by the application of machine learning and AI. The aim of this condensed game jam is to think about how the mechanisms of gaming and play can expose these processes.
Please complete the sign up form if you would like to attend the Game Jam.
Pizza and drinks will be provided.