AI is now being used to augment and replace human decision-makers of all kinds: an HR representative screening a job applicant, a judge assessing a prisoner’s bail request, or an immigration agent issuing a visa, for example. Concerns about fairness, transparency, and safety has led to legislation demanding that decision-making AI be explainable, both to users and those affected by algorithmic decisions. This has in turn led to a surge in interest in the sub-field of machine learning known as explainability.
Jamie Moar will give a workshop on teaching yoga to children with special needs.
Dr. Nicole Rigillo, Berggruen Research Fellow based at Element AI in Montreal speaks about anthropological approaches to data and data privacy.
In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, S.P.A.C.E. and DawsonAI, present Samira Ebrahimi Kahou, Postdoc, McGill University.
In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, S.P.A.C.E., DawsonAI, and Women’s/Gender Studies present Reihaneh Rabbany, Assistant Professor at the School of Computer Science, McGill University.
SPACE welcomes Joy Ross-Jones, Erin Lindsay, and Sophie Gee, Associate Artists for Imago Theatre.
S.P.A.C.E. welcomes Émilie Monnet, interdisciplinary artist and founder of Onishka Productions and the event and live-arts platform Indigenous Contemporary Scene.
The millions of refugees who leave their homeland in search of a better life are surely navigating entropy one determined step at a time.
The men and women who are homeless confront daily that force of entropy that pulls toward disorder.
Create disorder! Join others in an exploration in navigating entropy.
When Kenya is overrun by guns, the government introduces a glitch: anyone can trade in their guns for amnesty and a pair of running shoes.
Sing it out loud! Kathy Kennedy will lead a pop-up choir on April 13, 2017 in the WGF Gallery of Dawson College.
Nadia O'Brien's talk will highlight some of the glitches women with HIV, their caretakers, and their communities are currently navigating.
SPACE presents the ScienceFest 2016 plenary speaker, Bettina Forget and her work at the intersection of art and science.
Artist Skawennati, filmmaker Michelle Smith and actor Brittany LeBorgne particpate in a panel discussion envisioning Indigenous culture in Media Arts.
First Choice Seminar speaker series: Prof. Keshav Dasgupta, McGill University Physics Department
Miles Gloriosus-The Braggart Soldier: performances on Friday, April 24 (5B.16), Thursday, April 30 (5B.16) and Tuesday, May 12 in the Dawson Theatre.
We are very proud to invite you to attend ScienceFest 2015, a pilot initiative for an annual student-centered conference at Dawson!
Petter Toth-Horgosi, choreographer, will speak about translating music into movement.
Art History (Fine Arts Department) and S.P.AC.E. present Meredith Chilton, Acting Chief Curator of the Gardiner Museum in Toronto.
Join your universe to others in a lively exploration of cosmic ideas.
Daniel Ferguson, producer, writer and director, will discuss his award winning film, Jerusalem 3D during Social Science Week.
Patrick Visentin discusses how the 3D printer has transformed his art and work as a printmaker and offers a glimpse into the possibilities of the 3D printer.
Thirst! Thurs. Oct. 16, 1:00 p.m. Dawson Theatre
A comtemporary dance performance by Suzanne Miller & Allan Paivio Productions.
Dancers: Magali Stoll and Suzanne Miller
Live Improv! Tuesday, September 16, 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., in 5B.16.
In this talk, Brigitte Vachon, a Particle Physicist from McGill University, explores fundamental questions in the universe and in the laboratory.
Dark Lullabies chronicles the journey of a child of Holocaust survivors as she travels to Germany to interview the children of Nazi perpetrators.