Safiya Noble stands smiling at the camera. Against a red background is a white banner with text reading “Dean’s Lecture on Information + Society.” Text underneath: “An evening with Safiya Noble. November 15, 6:30pm PT. Room 1200-1500, Segal Building, SFU
Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Don’t miss a chance to meet Safiya Noble, acclaimed author of Algorithms of Oppression! This year’s Dean’s Lecture on Information + Society from SFU Library features Safiya in conversation with Stephanie Dick on marginalization and misrepresentation in platforms like Google search and the power struggles that violate civil, human, and collective rights through AI and machine learning projects. The event is free and open to everyone! Nov 15, 6:30pm PT. Attend in-person at SFU Vancouver or via the online livestream.

Date: Wednesday November 15, 2023 @ 6:30
What is it: Lecture, followed by an open reception
Where: in-person at SFU Vancouver, and livestreamed online In-person venue: Rm 1200-1500, SFU Segal Building (500 Granville St), SFU Vancouver
Audience: SFU community (and beyond!)
Cost: Free and open to the public

Presented by SFU Library, SFU Public Square, Douglas College Library, Capilano University Library, Kwantlen Polytechnic University Library and generously funded by the Thakore Learning and Events Endowment.