Our keynote speakers for Algorithms for Her? 2. More to be announced!

Tiara Roxanne is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Data & Society in NYC. They are a Tarascan Mestiza scholar and artist based in Berlin. Their research and artistic practice investigates the encounter between Indigeneity and AI by interrogating colonial structures embedded within machine learning systems.Currently their work is mediated through the color red. Tiara has presented at Images Festival (Toronto), Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center (NY), Trinity Square Video (Toronto),  European Media Art Festival (Osnabrück), University of Applied Arts (Vienna),  SOAS (London), SLU (Madrid), Transmediale (Berlin), Duke University (NC), Tech Open Air (Berlin), AMOQA (Athens), Zurich University of the Arts (Zurich), Autonomous Intercultural Indigenous University (Columbia), Utrecht University (NL), University of California (San Diego), Münchener Kammerspiele (Munich),Laboratorio Arte Alameda, (Mexico City),  among others. 

 Rosalind Gill is Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis at City, University of London, and co-director (with Jo Littler) of the Gender and Sexualities Centre. All her work is animated by questions about power and social justice, as well as the complicated relations between technology, culture and subjectivity. She has worked around inequalities in the cultural and creative industries, platformisation and precarious work in the gig economy,  media and postfeminism, the rise of self-help, and young people’s experiences on social media. Her books include Aesthetic Labour (with Ana Elias and Christina Scharff, Palgrave 2017), Mediated Intimacy (with Meg-John Barker and Laura Harvey, Polity 2018) and Confidence Culture (with Shani Orgad, Duke 2022). Her latest book is Perfect: Feeling Judged on Social Media, due out shortly with Polity Press.