We know that patient-centered culturally sensitive health care has been proven to show better compliance and results in improving clinical outcomes.
Using AI tools, how can we bridge the gap between patients and healthcare providers and advance a more culturally competent landscape of healthcare? Do we need more diverse datasets? Can conversational AI's be trained with culturally relevant stories and support healthcare professionals and ethnically-diverse patients communicate?
Join us for Cultural AI: Healthcare and Heritage June 17 from 12-1pm ET. Register here.
How can businesses and governments create AI solutions that are relevant to their citizens — if AI algorithms lack cultural context?
Join us for our Virtual Event on June 10 at 12pm ET! Register here. Diversity in the tech workforce is critical to the future of innovation across the globe. Creating new AI-ready datasets featuring the stories of women in history, including the civic tech sector, can be a powerful way to bring visibility to the contributions of women and inspire future generations to join the tech workforce. In this panel discussion, we will focus on practical ways that this challenge can be addressed.
Panelists: Aprajita Mathur, Lisha Bell, Jennifer Bonine, Jessica Davis
Moderators: Davar Ardalan and Swathi Young
We've been working hard to bring you our Indigenous Knowledge Graph Demo! We will be live today as co-chair of Cultural AI for the 2020 AI For Good Summit. We have been working with six cultural experts and technologists. You can download our report from our homepage and register here for the live event at 10am ET today June 9, 2020.