Addressing Workplace Bias through Artificial Intelligence
Explore the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Explore the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Technology can play a major role in reducing unconscious bias in hiring and across the employee life cycle. During this session, several bias technology founders will discuss the tools they are developing to combat bias in the workplace using AI.
This webinar event will take place Thursday, June 21 at 12pm EDT
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OHSU, Program Manager, Diversity Talent Acquisition
Riikka Salonen, a bi-national native of Finland, she has more than 20 years of experience as a diversity and inclusion strategist, intercultural facilitator and consultant worldwide. Riikka leads the diversity talent acquisition efforts at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon, and is a founder and managing partner of Global Inclusion Consulting, a company that assists organizations with diversity and inclusion strategic planning.
Loom The Culture Map, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer
Milgo Yonis co-founded Loom Technologies, Inc. with Dr. Tiffany Jana in 2017. Their combined passion for creating inclusive organizations and accessible learning experiences spurred the creation of their flagship product, Loom The Culture Map. As Loom’s Chief Product Officer, she has worked to lead the design and development of the Loom platform.
Loom The Culture Map, Co-Founder and CEO
Dr. Jana is the CEO of TMI Consulting, a diversity and inclusion strategy consulting firm that has been implementing technology driven solutions that quantify diversity and inclusion, and engage diverse audiences, for over a decade. Dr. Jana is also the Co-Founder of Loom The Culture Map, a tech solution to organizational culture ambiguity.
MeVitae, Co-Founder and CEO
Riham Satti is a TEDx speaker, multi-award-winning business leader, and entrepreneur. Recognized by Forbes as ‘Female Founder Taking the UK by Storm’. She co-founded MeVitae in 2014, and now involved in several women in tech initiatives; founder of Linkedin’s Women in Tech group and director at TechTonic Women. Riham holds two postgraduate degrees – Clinical Neuroscience from the University of Oxford and a Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London. Her years of academic research, includes publications in computational neuroscience, and thesis into the modeling and organization of the human connectome.