Washington, DC (Dec. 27, 2019) – Technology start-up IVOW AI announced today the launch of the Dataset Challenge: An Algorithm for Stories on Women in History, Culture, Science and Technology. The competition is a collaboration with top education institutions and technology and innovation thought leaders around the world to design the first comprehensive algorithm to create AI-ready structured data around narratives of women throughout history, shaping the future of cultural intelligence and inclusion within the field and working to reduce inherent biases.
IVOW AI was founded by former NPR journalists, storytellers, and technologists in 2018 to help bridge the communication gap between customer and machine with adaptive, culturally relevant conversations. Today the company is active in research and development, collaborating with academia, nonprofits, and industry leaders to test, research, and analyze the best ways to incorporate cultural intelligence in AI models.
Happy Holidays! In 2020, enterprises will benefit from cultural intelligence in #AI. Understanding audiences through the lens of culture will only make AI more inclusive and business engagements more authentic and effective. Read about our adventurous year through the sentiments of our collaborators and advisors!
Ahead of the holidays, data scientists, entrepreneurs, journalists, civic tech leaders, and a conversational AI named Sina mixed and mused at Spaces in Arlington, Virginia. The thought-provoking conversations were part of AIGrrls, a networking event focusing on making the future of artificial intelligence more inclusive. Read the story here.