Women at the Table

Gender, Human Rights and Military AI

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In this session, Ms. Caitlin Kraft-Buchman and Ms. Shimona Mohan will posit that AI essentially has gender and human rights-shaped gaps as a function of how it is designed, developed, deployed and governed. They will highlight how AI has biases that get introduced and reproduced by algorithms, as well as how to adopt a human rights-based approach to better engage with AI. They will also clarify the link between gender and military AI through three avenues – technical, legal and normative – and propose solutions for gender oversights in these systems. This session will help Fellows perceive AI as the fallible technology that it is and understand human-centric issues with it both from a substantive as well as a participatory perspective.

Last modified: May 28, 2024