Decolonising Artificial Intelligence? Presented by Professor Genevieve Bell Friday 14 September 2018 at 12.30pm The idea of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was codified at a conference in the American summer of 1956. It was summarised to mean the attempts to “make machines use language, form abstractions and concepts, solve the kinds of problems now reserved for […]
The Fay Gale Lecture is named in honour of the late Professor Gwendoline Fay Gale AO (1932–2008), the first female President of the Academy (1997–2000) and an eminent human geographer well known for her contributions to academia, the advancement of women within academia, Indigenous studies and juvenile justice. The lecture, inaugurated in 2010, is presented each year by a distinguished female social scientist and is open to the public. As part of the Academy’s Outreach Program the lecture is presented twice—first at the lecturer’s home university and then at another venue, usually in a different city.