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Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK

Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK
Kanta Dihal - University of CambridgeNL/UK

Kanta DihalNL/UK

Kanta Dihal (she/her) is a Senior Research Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge. She works on science narratives, particularly those that emerge as part of a conflict. She leads two research projects, Global AI Narratives and Decolonizing AI, in which she focuses on the stories we tell about artificial intelligence across cultures, and how they help us think about ethics and bias in new technologies. She has a DPhil in science communication from the University of Oxford, and is co-editor of the books AI Narratives (2020) and Imagining AI (2022). She has written a series of papers on AI narratives with Dr. Stephen Cave, including The Whiteness of AI (Philosophy and Technology, 2020). She has advised the World Economic Forum, the UK House of Lords, the G20, and the United Nations on portrayals and perceptions of AI.

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Montréal: 2021