72% Gender Gap In Artificial Intelligence Industry Could Worsen Historic Gender Bias

Patricia Barnes in Forbes –

A global women’s network says the biggest danger to women regarding the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the years ahead is the fact that women represent only about 22 percent of all AI professionals worldwide.

The Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society has launched the Women & AI Daring Circle to develop “concrete steps” to increase the participation and visibility of women in the creation of artificial intelligence systems and promulgation of research and standards that are accurate, reliable and nondiscriminatory.

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