Naive Bayes raconte

An Mertens experiments with forms that reveal the identity of algorithms. For this lecture-performance she takes on the "Bayesian naive classifier", an algorithm widely used to sort spam in our mailboxes, to analyze feelings on social media, but also to define whether a text is written by a woman or a man.

The performance is followed by a round table with ao Constant member Peggy Pierrot. This round table analyses how algorithms perpetuate stereotypes, reproduce and reinforce discrimination. And how to make them more equitable.

@ La Gaité Lyrique

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