Gender equality in STEM fields is #Solvable. By providing women with job opportunities in fast-growing fields and empowering young girls, Deborah Berebichez argues that we can address the gender gap in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Deborah Berebichez is a physicist, TV host, and STEM advocate. She co-hosts Discovery Channel’s Outrageous Acts … Read More » “From The Rockefeller Foundation: Gender inequality in STEM is #Solvable”
Poet of Code shares “AI, Ain’t I A Woman ” – a spoken word piece that highlights the ways in which artificial intelligence can misinterpret the images of iconic black women: Oprah, Serena Williams, Michelle Obama, Sojourner Truth, Ida B. Wells, and Shirley Chisholm Important Note Content Editors rate, curate and regularly update what we … Read More » “From Joy Buolamwini: AI, Ain’t I A Woman?”
The animation series were created based on the UNESCO publication Steering AI and Advanced ICTs for Knowledge Societies – a Rights, Openness, Access, and Multi-stakeholder Perspective to promote a better understanding of guiding human-center and ethical principles underpinning any development of AI.
“Man is to computer programmer as woman is to____” Common sense says that the missing term should be computer programmer because the term is not intrinsically gendered, unlike king and queen, but a computer with a standard word embedding system would probably complete it “Man is to computer programmer as woman is to homemaker.” This … Read More » “From Unbabel: Gender Bias In AI”