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Introduction to Deep Fakes Lecture

Discover the world of Deepfakes in this talk with Ahnjili Zhuparris!

Date Wednesday 05 June 2024

Time 10am - noon

Location Wilson Road Lecture Hall (WR_108)


£0.00 (Student)


This two-hour lecture will offer an insight to the world of deepfakes. It is essential that you join this lecture if you plan to join the Introduction to Deepfakes Workshop. No programming experience is required.

Ahnjili is a machine learning engineer, Ph.D. candidate, artist, and science communicator currently working at an AI startup that specializes in developing deep learning models for facial augmentation. Ahnjili’s academic research centers around the development of biomarkers for monitoring mental and physical well-being using smartphones and wearables, with a particular focus on their application in clinical trials. Ahnjili's artistic research and science communication efforts are dedicated to raising awareness about A.I. and algorithmic violence, which encompasses the violence that may arise from or be justified by automated decision-making systems. Through her work, Ahnjili aims to educate the public and promote discussions about the ethical implications of these technologies in our society.

Please get in touch if the cost of travel is a barrier for you to attend this event as we can support you and reimburse your travel costs.