The Responsible Use of AI Podcast
The Responsible Use of AI Podcast
Implications for Data Curation in the Age of AI

In this episode, we interview Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed and discuss sustainable and ethical computing in the age of AI, especially for and with marginalized communities locally and globally.

Dr. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Toronto. Dr. Ahmed’s research focuses on studying, analyzing, and designing computing technologies with marginalized populations around the world through a sustainability and social justice lens. His work spans political philosophy, critical theory, social science, anthropology, and STS literature and informs mobile and ubiquitous computing, natural language processing, social media, and machine learning. Check out some more of his work on his website,

Special Thanks to:

Dr. Catherine Stinson

Dr. Amber Simpson

This research was funded by the National Cancer Institute grant R01 CA233888 administrative supplement for advancing the ethical development of AI.