Hear from an exceptional group of multi-disciplinary builders and creators designing a more diverse, inclusive, and ethical AI/tech future.
About this Event
Technologists working on ethical and responsible AI are often dismissed as pessimists and luddites when in reality they are the much-needed voices of reason in an increasingly dystopian world where our every action is surveilled, exploited, and weaponized against us. The only way to realize the true potential of AI is by shifting our talents, collective energy, and investments to AI solutions that benefit all of humanity and not just the privileged few. It’s time to move away from ‘feel-good’ conversations and move towards ‘do-good’ ethical solutions.
On May 25th, take a break from the hype over dancing robot dogs, ethics-washing speeches, and join us as we shine the spotlight on multi-disciplinary experts who are building ethical technologies and tools for more diverse, inclusive, and ethical AI/tech future. Discover new tool-kits for your next AI project, find products to help you implement AI responsibly, and discover career opportunities for meaningful work in a non-toxic environment. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with others around the globe who are daring to rethink and reimagine AI as a force for good and not merely as means for maximizing power and wealth for a privileged few.
WHO IS HOSTING THIS EVENT?
This event is hosted by Women in AI Ethics™ (WAIE), a fiscally sponsored project of Social Good Fund (Tax Id: 46-1323531), a California nonprofit corporation and registered 501(c)(3) organization, with a mission to increase recognition, representation, and empowerment of brilliant women in this space who are working hard to save humanity from the dark side of AI.
**You can support our activities by donating here! **
All our activities are funded by donations and ticket sales. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and used to fund mission-aligned activities, which includes but is not limited to providing free AI Ethics career resources, hosting community events, and funding other initiatives to support women in this space.