Gloria Origgi

Gloria Origgi, Institut Jean Nicod (Paris) Foto: CITEC/Universität BielefeldIn Summer term 2017, Gloria Origgi has taken the Visiting Professor at the CITEC contributing her expertise into the field of gender and cognitive interaction technology. During her stay at CITEC Origgi gave two lectures and discussed in her block seminar about gender relations and the construction of gender. Origgi is a philosopher and a social scientist based at the Institut Nicod in Paris. She earned a Habilitation in Philosophy and the Social Sciences at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in 2013. In her research, she seeks to understand the impact of social relations and institutions on both cognitive processes and the organisation of knowledge. She has taught in France, Italy, Brazil, and is regularly invited to speak at numerous institutions in the United States and England.

1. Talk: "Gender and AI: Turing Test for Gender" - 07 June 2017 - CITEC

2. Talk: "The Strength of Weak Stereotypes: Implicit Biases and other Irresistible Heuristics" - 20 June 2017 -  University Bielefeld as a part of ring lecture Gender Studies

The block seminar "The Social Cognition of Gender: Gender and Power Relations" took place from 12 to 23 June 2017 and was open to master students and PhD researchers.

More information: flyer_gloria origgi_gender-gastprofessorin.pdf