Invisible Labor and Discrimination – Gender, Diversity and ChatGPT

Invisible Labor and Discrimination: Gender, Diversity and ChatGPT

Critical Perspectives on AI – Challenges and Pathways

In the context of AI applications such as ChatGPT, a redistribution of work is taking place, among other things. How is this viewed globally? What gender aspects and what discrimination potential does it entail? What is the position of the global South in this and what is a post-western perspective on this? What new perspectives on gender and diversity does research on digitization need?


The Gender and Diversity Network of the ECDF cordially invites you to discuss these topics together on 31.5.23. Confirmed discussion guests are Helena Mihaljevic (HTW Berlin, moderation), Florian Conradi (TU Berlin), Michelle Christensen (TU Berlin, moderation), Corinna Canali (Weizenbaum Institute), Maris Männiste (Södertörn University), and Leah Nann (LMU Munich). Gesche Joost (UdK Berlin) will open the event. Discussion and reception will take place on the occasion of the exhibition "Capital of Women Scientists" at the ECDF and will start at 17:45.



5:30 p.m – Admission 

6 p.m. – Welcome and exhibition opening by Gesche Joost

followed by: Presentation of the ECDF Gender & Diversity Network and panel discussion

from 7:45 p.m. ­– Fingerfood and Networking


Feel free to come with company. We look forward to receiving your registration by email: Dr. Sandra Pravica (