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January 14, 2022 Print ShareThis

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Reminder: Register Now: Mining the Data: Algorithmic Bias in Housing Related Transactions

Join the National Fair Housing Training Academy (NFHTA) and the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) for a conversation on Algorithmic Bias in Housing Related Transactions.

Technology is often thought of as automatic, objective, and exempt to human error. However, technology is not inherently equal. Data sets and algorithms that are not representative may be biased and perpetuate discrimination.

Protected groups are often affected unfairly by this bias in the form of higher rates and fees, less favorable terms and conditions, and denial of housing opportunities. As the housing industry relies increasingly on data and tech services, fair housing policies must be applied to ensure bias-free data, processes, and services.

Panelists will engage participants in a session that will dive into:

  • The basics of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML)
  • How tech bias plays a role in housing outcomes and transactions
  • Strategies for recognizing and eliminating data and technology bias

Register Now

Meet the Speakers

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Jacy Gaige

Director, Compliance Disability Rights Division
Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, HUD
Cashauna Hill Bio

Cashauna Hill

Executive Director
Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center

Moderator

Michael Akinwumi, PhD Bio

Michael Akinwumi, PhD

Chief Tech Equity Officer
National Fair Housing Alliance

Panelist

Sacha Markano-Stark Bio Picture

Sacha Markano-Stark

Attorney
Relman Colfax PLLC

Panelist

Kareem Saleh Bio Picture

Kareem Saleh

Founder and CEO
FairPlay

Panelist


Register Now: Fundamentals of Fair Housing - FHAP Investigation

February 7-10, 2022 | 1:00-4:00 PM ET

The Fundamentals of Fair Housing - FHAP Investigation is designed to ensure that FHAP intake officers and investigators have a basic framework, which they can build upon to carry out their duties in a timely, efficient, professional and proficient manner.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be currently employed by a FHAP, with less than 3 years of experience working in fair housing
  • Support investigation activities with a FHAP
  • Have completed NFHTA's Basics of Fair Housing OR be familiar with the Basics of Fair Housing Learning Objectives

Register Now

Learn more about how to register for NFHTA courses.


For a full list of upcoming Academy events, view the NFHTA Training Calendar.

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