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Event: AI: sexist machines? – Girl Geek Dinner #22

19/03/2020 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


We’re pleased to confirm there will be a Girl Geek Dinner #22 in The Hague! We have a few speakers lined up to talk to and with you about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and why it gets gender biased. More importantly, the ladies speaking will convey ways to beat gender bias in tools and products with AI-components. In between the talks, we enjoy nice food, made possible by NIBC’s fancy catering. Find more details below.

Please note that the timeline shown is provisional. Details may change. We’ll keep you updated on the changes.

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Provisional Program Timeline

18.00-18.15 Arrival
18.15-18.45 Welcome drinks and finger food
18.45           Talks
19.15           Dinner
20.00           Talks
20.30           Drinks and networking at the Exchange (inhouse Pub @NIBC)

Our speakers

Cinzia Berrittella joined NIBC in 2017 as Enterprise Data Modeller. She holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences granted from the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam, where she acquired the modelling skills that brought her to NIBC. Cinzia is an Italian expat and a published scientific author. 

Caroline Oosterbaan

Caroline Oosterbaan

Caroline Oosterbaan is a member of the Executive Committee of NIBC since 2017 and responsible for all of NIBC’s Corporate Client Products. Prior to becoming the head of Corporate Client Products, Caroline joined NIBC Bank in 2013 as head of Mergers & Acquisitions before being appointed in 2014 as the head of Corporate Banking Sectors. In addition to her role at NIBC, Caroline is a member of the Supervisory Board at the Westland Kaas Groep and Stichting Fonds Cultuur+Financiering, a member of the Advisory Board at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, a member of the Erasmus Hoogeschoolraad and a member of the Studiegezelschap voor Economische Politiek. Caroline’s background lies in M&A, strategy consulting and entrepreneurship and she holds a master’s degree in Business Economics from Erasmus University.

Marion Mulder

Marion Mulder

Marion Mulder helps organisations leverage digital technology, especially Chatbots, Voice Assistants, AI & AR, for optimal Customer Service. She currently works on digital assistant projects for the Dutch Chamber of Commerce and the Amsterdam UMC hospital. She is also ambassador for Women in Voice NL. Marion has been working in digital technology for many years and various large organisations. Through her work for the Workplace Pride Foundation, a which she is a board member, she also has a strong personal view on diversion and inclusion, data bias and AI ethics.
Photo credit: Jean-Christophe Husson
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6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Carnegieplein 4
The Hague, 2517 KJ Netherlands