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Artificial Intelligence Inclusion

Finally, AI for the Masses?

OpenAI's GPT-3 was recently described as “the most powerful 'language model' ever created" and has the potential to be the poor man's road to AI riches.   More

Artificial Intelligence Inclusion Worth Reading

How Katica Roy Is Using AI to Bring Equality Into the Workplace

To close the gender pay gap, we can’t start by talking about pay. And that’s where Roy’s SaaS platform Pipeline steps in.   More

Inclusion Net Giants Tech & Society

Is FB a Media Company? It’s Not Mark’s Call.

Facebook says it's not a media company. But advertisers are saying it is, and it must take action. Will the company finally take the responsible steps its true customers now demand?   More

Business Inclusion Tech & Society

Watch: Kimberly Bryant on What It Will Take to Make Tech More Inclusive

Kimberly Bryant founded and leads Black Girls Code, aimed at inspiring and empowering people who have generally been excluded from the tech industry. Now, with the U.S. amidst a fundamental reorientation of attitudes about race and inclusion, what will it take to fully include Black and Brown people and women in organizations driving tech-based change?   More

Inclusion Tech & Society

Will Tech Finally Stop Excluding People of Color?

The tech industry is a redoubt of "white guys doing business." Only 2.8% of Google's U.S. employees are Black. Will today's historic protests finally lead to more inclusion?   More

Artificial Intelligence Inclusion Tech & Society

AI Can Unlock the Economic Gains of Gender Equity

AI is not intrinsically valuable. We derive value from AI based on how we choose to use it. So the question is: how will we choose​ to apply AI in our businesses? From automating routine tasks to solving some of the world’s most complex problems, the possibilities are endless.   More

Community Insights Inclusion Video

On Racial Inequality, Discrimination, and Exclusion in Tech

We mourn the murder of George Floyd. Racial inequality, discrimination, and exclusion are major problems as well in tech and business. To help amplify voices of those working for change, here are eloquent highlights from our events.   More

Inclusion Learning Resilience Video

How the Covid Crisis May Help Transform Higher Education

Higher ed has changed almost overnight. Universities and colleges face huge new challenges, but when higher ed gets technologized, there are positives. We can, for example, glimpse a more affordable and accessible future for digitized higher education. What will things look like this fall, and beyond?   More

Government Healthcare Inclusion

We’re Rip Van Winkled–What Happens When We Wake?

The idea of sleeping through a defining moment of American history resonates. What will it look like when we walk out of this world-wide pause and find ourselves in a world transformed?   More

Artificial Intelligence Inclusion Tech & Society

Is AI Male?

It is, until those creating and testing it are no longer just a bunch of guys. It would improve the software and contribute more to progress if the AI workforce reflected society, both in gender and all sorts of human diversity.   More

Business Inclusion Innovation Sustainable Development Goals

How Women Can Win in the Age of AI

Preparing women to succeed in the age of AI must be a global priority as we work towards one key United Nations Sustainable Development Goal: to achieve gender equality, and empower women and girls.   More

Food Inclusion Innovation

This Woman Entrepreneur Gives Farmers Information –to Grow

Here's the story of Martha Montoya, a Colombia-born entrepreneur who is driving positive change in the agtech industry.   More

Healthcare Inclusion Leadership

Bernard J. Tyson: Remembering a Pioneering Techonomist

Tyson was chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s largest healthcare companies. He was also deeply committed to the idea that business and tech have a responsibility to drive social progress. On Nov. 10, he suddenly died.   More

Food Inclusion Innovation

This Entrepreneur is Bringing Innovation to Food Inspection

Miku Jha grew up on a northern Indian mango farm, and left IBM to start her own agtech firm in the growing global food testing industry.   More

Food Inclusion Innovation

Where Women Drive Innovation: Agtech

In the “Salad Bowl of the World,” government has prioritized investing in women agtech innovators. In our series, we share their stories.   More

Community Insights Inclusion Innovation

How to Fix Tech’s–and Venture Capital’s–Diversity Problem

An innovation executive explains how--and why--we should be as diligent about fixing tech's diversity/inclusion problems as we are in triaging failing products.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Inclusion Leadership

Noticing More Women in STEM? Here’s One Reason Why.

This strategy is boosting representation of women in science, tech, engineering and math—and could inspire young girls to enter the field.   More

Business Inclusion Jobs

New Tools to Tackle the Business Diversity Crisis

Almost every company is embarrassingly uniform in its ethnic and gender makeup, even as data increasingly shows that in diversity is strength. Now, finally, software and other tools are emerging that may help bring a more natural human variety to organizations. Hiring women, minorities, and people who generally don’t look and think like the boss is not just good for society. More diversified workforces help create more profitable and faster-growing companies.   More

Inclusion Jobs

How Software Can Help Move the Needle on Diversity

Even after spending my whole career in tech, I’m still taken aback by each new diversity stat that underscores the systemic and trenchant bias in our industry. One of my recent favorites: 76 percent of feedback given to women included negative criticism of a personality trait, while only 2 percent of men received such feedback. Or this from Fenwick and West: 45 percent of tech companies in Silicon Valley don’t have a single female at the executive level, compared with only 16 percent of the rest of S&P companies.   More