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BUILDING INCLUSIVE AI BY DESIGN

The Women4AI Daring Circle focuses on the design of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that drives inclusion, both in its development and its application.

We need to create an environment where women are empowering AI, AI is empowering women, and where inclusive AI is implemented into organisations’ AI practices. Our work in the Daring Circle is focused on facilitating this ecosystem transformation; through inspiring companies to act and pledge their commitment to inclusive AI whilst adopting effective policies to drive these commitments forward.

We aim to create an ecosystem where AI is designed by diverse teams and governed appropriately, so that AI can become a powerful asset to right existing disparities and shape a more inclusive world. Since Artificial intelligence has a growing influence on the way we work and live, AI will only fulfil this potential if everyone has an equal share in its development and adoption.

The Daring Circle is in collaboration with L’OréalBNP ParibasPublicis GroupeAXABayerSociété Générale, ExxonMobilNumeum and Clifford Chance. , HEC as an Academic Partner and the Oxford Internet Institute as an expert.

 

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WOMEN4AI CALL TO ACTION 2022

This call to action invites organisations to commit to implement inclusive AI, whether that means embarking on first steps, accelerating existing initiatives or scaling best practices.
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INCLUSIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

The use of artificial intelligence offers great business opportunities, but also triggers significant risks, such as unintentionally embedding biases in the decision-making process, as well as breaches of privacy, labour, and human rights.
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HEY SIRI: WHY DOES ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WORK BETTER FOR WHITE MEN?

So what are the strategies that leaders within organizations and businesses can take to leverage language for inclusion and equity in and through AI systems?
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THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUNGER GENERATIONS IN INCLUSIVE AI

Finance is at the heart of the economy, and the opportunities that digitisation and AI provide will help to make finance much more accessible to all and simpler for everyone.
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THE AI CHAPTER OF DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT

What role can AI have in bridging the disability divide to increase disability employment?
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WHAT IS INCLUSIVE AI? A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE WOMEN’S FORUM

Right now, discussion about the need to reduce bias in technology is everywhere. The question now should not be only about how we can reduce bias, but how we can actively make AI inclusive. 
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BUILDING INCLUSIVE AI: HOW CAN ORGANISATIONS TAKE ACTION?

As the world transitions to a more just and sustainable economy, technology is a key lever of change. Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands at the forefront of this transformation.
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WHEN GOOD ALGORITHMS GO SEXIST: WHY AND HOW TO ADVANCE AI GENDER EQUITY

Many institutions make decisions based on artificial intelligence (AI) systems using machine learning (ML), whereby a series of algorithms takes and learns from massive amounts of data to find patterns and make predictions. Yet gender bias in these systems is pervasive.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF AN INCLUSIVE AI DURING THESE UNPREDICTABLE TIMES

A better representation of women and diverse mindsets in the development and deployment of AI would reduce the gender stereotypes and the negative consequences they lead to. If that is not the case, evidence suggests that by 2022, 85% of AI projects will deliver erroneous outcomes due to bias.
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GINA NEFF, SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, OXFORD INTERNET INSTITUTE & THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Professor Gina Neff is a Senior Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Oxford Internet Institute and the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford.
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TAARINI KAUR DANG, FOUNDER & CEO, BRAVE14 CAPITAL

Founder and CEO, Brave14 Capital; Author of ‘The Young Aspiring Entrepreneur: A 14-year Old Girl from Silicon Valley shares how to Overcome Age and Gender Barriers.’
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KATE GLAZEBROOK FOUNDER & CEO, APPLIED

Kate Glazebrook is cofounder and Head of Research at Applied, a web platform that uses the best behavioural research to help organisations find the best person for the job regardless of their background to make hiring smart, fair, and easy.
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ELINE CHIVOT, SENIOR POLICY ANALYST AT THE CENTER FOR DATA INNOVATION

Based in Brussels, Eline focuses on European technology policy issues and on how policymakers can promote digital innovation in the EU.
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: FOR BETTER OR WORSE?

AI is transforming every aspect of society – from medical technology to the quality of work, mobility to education, smart cities to climate change.
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WOMEN4AI CALL TO ACTION 2022

This call to action invites organisations to commit to implement inclusive AI, whether that means embarking on first steps, accelerating existing initiatives or scaling best practices.
Read more

INCLUSIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

The use of artificial intelligence offers great business opportunities, but also triggers significant risks, such as unintentionally embedding biases in the decision-making process, as well as breaches of privacy, labour, and human rights.
Read more

HEY SIRI: WHY DOES ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WORK BETTER FOR WHITE MEN?

So what are the strategies that leaders within organizations and businesses can take to leverage language for inclusion and equity in and through AI systems?
Read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUNGER GENERATIONS IN INCLUSIVE AI

Finance is at the heart of the economy, and the opportunities that digitisation and AI provide will help to make finance much more accessible to all and simpler for everyone.
Read more

THE AI CHAPTER OF DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT

What role can AI have in bridging the disability divide to increase disability employment?
Read more

WHAT IS INCLUSIVE AI? A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE WOMEN’S FORUM

Right now, discussion about the need to reduce bias in technology is everywhere. The question now should not be only about how we can reduce bias, but how we can actively make AI inclusive. 
Read more

BUILDING INCLUSIVE AI: HOW CAN ORGANISATIONS TAKE ACTION?

As the world transitions to a more just and sustainable economy, technology is a key lever of change. Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands at the forefront of this transformation.
Read more

WHEN GOOD ALGORITHMS GO SEXIST: WHY AND HOW TO ADVANCE AI GENDER EQUITY

Many institutions make decisions based on artificial intelligence (AI) systems using machine learning (ML), whereby a series of algorithms takes and learns from massive amounts of data to find patterns and make predictions. Yet gender bias in these systems is pervasive.
Read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF AN INCLUSIVE AI DURING THESE UNPREDICTABLE TIMES

A better representation of women and diverse mindsets in the development and deployment of AI would reduce the gender stereotypes and the negative consequences they lead to. If that is not the case, evidence suggests that by 2022, 85% of AI projects will deliver erroneous outcomes due to bias.
Read more

GINA NEFF, SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, OXFORD INTERNET INSTITUTE & THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Professor Gina Neff is a Senior Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Oxford Internet Institute and the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford.
Read more

TAARINI KAUR DANG, FOUNDER & CEO, BRAVE14 CAPITAL

Founder and CEO, Brave14 Capital; Author of ‘The Young Aspiring Entrepreneur: A 14-year Old Girl from Silicon Valley shares how to Overcome Age and Gender Barriers.’
Read more

KATE GLAZEBROOK FOUNDER & CEO, APPLIED

Kate Glazebrook is cofounder and Head of Research at Applied, a web platform that uses the best behavioural research to help organisations find the best person for the job regardless of their background to make hiring smart, fair, and easy.
Read more

ELINE CHIVOT, SENIOR POLICY ANALYST AT THE CENTER FOR DATA INNOVATION

Based in Brussels, Eline focuses on European technology policy issues and on how policymakers can promote digital innovation in the EU.
Read more

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: FOR BETTER OR WORSE?

AI is transforming every aspect of society – from medical technology to the quality of work, mobility to education, smart cities to climate change.
Read more

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WOMEN4AI CALL TO ACTION 2022

This call to action invites organisations to commit to implement inclusive AI, whether that means embarking on first steps, accelerating existing initiatives or scaling best practices.
Read more

INCLUSIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

The use of artificial intelligence offers great business opportunities, but also triggers significant risks, such as unintentionally embedding biases in the decision-making process, as well as breaches of privacy, labour, and human rights.
Read more

HEY SIRI: WHY DOES ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WORK BETTER FOR WHITE MEN?

So what are the strategies that leaders within organizations and businesses can take to leverage language for inclusion and equity in and through AI systems?
Read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUNGER GENERATIONS IN INCLUSIVE AI

Finance is at the heart of the economy, and the opportunities that digitisation and AI provide will help to make finance much more accessible to all and simpler for everyone.
Read more

THE AI CHAPTER OF DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT

What role can AI have in bridging the disability divide to increase disability employment?
Read more

WHAT IS INCLUSIVE AI? A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE WOMEN’S FORUM

Right now, discussion about the need to reduce bias in technology is everywhere. The question now should not be only about how we can reduce bias, but how we can actively make AI inclusive. 
Read more

BUILDING INCLUSIVE AI: HOW CAN ORGANISATIONS TAKE ACTION?

As the world transitions to a more just and sustainable economy, technology is a key lever of change. Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands at the forefront of this transformation.
Read more

WHEN GOOD ALGORITHMS GO SEXIST: WHY AND HOW TO ADVANCE AI GENDER EQUITY

Many institutions make decisions based on artificial intelligence (AI) systems using machine learning (ML), whereby a series of algorithms takes and learns from massive amounts of data to find patterns and make predictions. Yet gender bias in these systems is pervasive.
Read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF AN INCLUSIVE AI DURING THESE UNPREDICTABLE TIMES

A better representation of women and diverse mindsets in the development and deployment of AI would reduce the gender stereotypes and the negative consequences they lead to. If that is not the case, evidence suggests that by 2022, 85% of AI projects will deliver erroneous outcomes due to bias.
Read more

GINA NEFF, SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, OXFORD INTERNET INSTITUTE & THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Professor Gina Neff is a Senior Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Oxford Internet Institute and the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford.
Read more

TAARINI KAUR DANG, FOUNDER & CEO, BRAVE14 CAPITAL

Founder and CEO, Brave14 Capital; Author of ‘The Young Aspiring Entrepreneur: A 14-year Old Girl from Silicon Valley shares how to Overcome Age and Gender Barriers.’
Read more

KATE GLAZEBROOK FOUNDER & CEO, APPLIED

Kate Glazebrook is cofounder and Head of Research at Applied, a web platform that uses the best behavioural research to help organisations find the best person for the job regardless of their background to make hiring smart, fair, and easy.
Read more

ELINE CHIVOT, SENIOR POLICY ANALYST AT THE CENTER FOR DATA INNOVATION

Based in Brussels, Eline focuses on European technology policy issues and on how policymakers can promote digital innovation in the EU.
Read more

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: FOR BETTER OR WORSE?

AI is transforming every aspect of society – from medical technology to the quality of work, mobility to education, smart cities to climate change.
Read more

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