Did you miss the opportunity to join the conversation on Artificial Intelligence and how we impact the next frontier of our humanity?
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The event took place on Saturday, 20 February 2021 at 09:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada).
We had an incredible time together discussing our role with black leaders, top experts, and innovators from the world’s best tech companies and our community.
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The world of tech often speaks of creating a new, better world — but we cannot do that if the solutions we build propagate pain, punish the vulnerable, and create exponential imbalances in resources, power, and opportunity through the exclusion of diverse communities. Leaders must prioritize not just technology infrastructure, but the right mix of people informing the data.
In this lively discussion we’ll look at:
- How diversity delivers value
- Why real representation matters
- How to prepare for the next phase of AI
- How AI-driven scoring is used to rank candidates
- Why hiring isn’t always based on skills or competences alone and what we can do about it
- How bias can be conscious, unconscious and AI-driven.
- …and much more!
Speakers & Facilitators
Elias is the Senior Data Analyst at Reactionpower with a strong background in statistical and data science tools. He is highly experienced in machine learning using Python, R and Octave.
Elias has extensive experience in research and data analytics projects. He is also well-versed in monitoring and evaluation of projects. Elias is passionate about using his expertise in service to humanity.
Valentine is a Senior Software Engineer at Google’s self-driving car sister company, Waymo.
He has experience in large scale systems that are driven by large data sets and AI. He is passionate about developing and enabling AI systems that are fair and about finding and removing bias from AI systems.
Taurean Dyer is a Technical Product Manager in NVIDIA’s AI Infrastructure division and works on the RAPIDS open source project. He helps people understand the ‘whys’ and ‘hows’ of RAPIDS, as well as use RAPIDS to help others innovate across industry verticals. Taurean is also part of the Leadership Team of the Black NVIDIANs Network (BNN), and a member of the DataEthics4All Think Tank Community. He loves creating impactful capabilities with new tech that people, businesses, and organizations need to thrive in the near future.
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Open discussion: 10:00 – 10:30 AM PST
Alex Tsado is a business consultant at Bain. Previously he was at NVIDIA where he was central to setting the strategy for AI in Africa, and leading product marketing for launching AI GPUs on every public cloud, bringing AI to millions across the world.
Wandia Chiuri is an AI/ML nerd and tech enthusiast who has designed a career that combines an ardent interest in global markets with enthusiasm for adventure, fascination with science, and passion for people. An innovative, enthusiastic, and creative business executive with a strong leadership track record, she has worked at Fortune 500 corporations like Google, Samsung as well as healthcare companies like Johnson & Johnson and serves on the boards of two non-profit organizations. She is passionate about building a better world with technology for good and believes what’s good is also good for the bottom line and our customers.
Eche Emole is the founder of The Afropolitan Network, the largest black community on audio spaces powered by authentic diverse voices centered around the black experience. Afropolitan offers a network that provides highly curated black content run by subject matter experts and expert moderators with cultural awareness, sensitivities, and proximity.