Generative AI: a problematic illustration of the intersections of racialized gender, race, ethnicity
This workshop was developed in collaboration with Nayiri Keshishi and Dustin Hosseini.
This workshop aims to develop practical awareness and understanding of the problematic nature of using generative AI. Specifically, this workshop aims to develop critical and analytic thinking around the underpinnings of generative AI along with what generative AI (re)produces concerning race and gender.
We highly recommend you read the blog before delivering this workshop. We also recommend you share it with students to read after their participation e.g. as part of the ‘post-workshop’ materials.
Please do feel free to provide feedback via the link within the presentation.
The blog that informed the workshop can be accessed at: https://www.dustinhosseini.com/blog/2023/08/08/generative-ai-a-problematic-illustration-of-the-intersections-of-racialized-gender-race-ethnicity
Revised: February 2024
Advance HE Fellowship status
- Senior Fellowship
- Educational developer
- Has passed accessibility checks
- Curriculum and pedagogy not elsewhere classified
- Data visualisation and computational (incl. parametric and generative) design
- Data structures and algorithms
- Sociology of culture
- Sociology of gender
- Sociology of education
- Sociology of inequalities
- Educational technology and computing
- Higher education
- Inclusive education
- Gender, sexuality and education
- Teacher education and professional development of educators