Digital Humanities Institute

World class interdisciplinary research & education in the Digital Humanities fields
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The Digital Humanities Institute (DHI) and the Digital Humanities Section (SoDH) were created to foster research and to offer strong educational programs in the growing fields of Digital Humanities.Our institute seeks to provide international leadership in digital humanities research and education. Our Master of Science in Digital Humanities is an example of this as it is a unique feature that very few schools offer around the globe.

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The Digital Humanities Institute fosters research in Digital Humanities and promotes the EPFL activities with a local and global perspective through projects within EPFL or with other Swiss and international universities.For more information about the research projects conducted in this ever-growing field, please see our list of DH labs and research groups below.

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Workshop – AI & Gender: A Human Rights Toolbox

2020-02-1310:00:0014:00:00

With: Caitlin Kraft-Buchman is the CEO/Founder of Women at the Table, a growing global Swiss civil society organization based in Geneva, and the first organization to focus on systems change by helping women gain influence in sectors that have key structural impact: the economy; technology; sustainability; and democracy and governance. She frequently curates interactive workshops on gender-related issues such as trade, standards, data, smart cities and technology. She has most recently spoken at the UN Office at Geneva, Economic Commission for Europe, International Telecommunication Union, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, MozFest, Paris Peace Forum, Internet Governance Forum, and the Global Refugee Forum. She is a founder of the Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms. Asako Hattori serves as a human rights officer at the Women’s Human Rights and Gender Section, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN Human Rights– – OHCHR). Previously, she served at the Secretariat of the United Nations human rights treaty bodies, including the Committee on the Rights of the Child, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. At UN Human Rights, she has also worked on economic, social and cultural rights, land and human rights, gender stereotyping, digital technologies and women’s rights
Place and room: BI AO 448
Category: Conferences – Seminars

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