AIEDU is a 501(c)(3) tech nonprofit working to center equity and accessibility in AI education. AIEDU educates students—especially those who are disproportionately impacted by AI systems—with the conceptual knowledge and skills they need to thrive as workers, creators, consumers, and citizens. The organization quietly launched with pilots in Ohio and Florida this Spring, and has since scaled to reach thousands of students across 5 states. The AI Education Project is funded by companies like Google, Macy’s, Postmates, GitHub, and Booz Allen Hamilton; our advisory board includes senior leaders from Carnegie Mellon (AI4K12), Stanford, Disney, Nike, Microsoft, and the U.S. Air Force.
New technologies can be a force for good if they’re developed from the ground. How do we ensure that everyone benefits from these technologies, not just elites? Pipeline CEO and founder, Katica Roy, will explain during the 2022 EQL:HER event at London Tech Week.Read More Get Tickets
Gender economist Katica Roy and Trinny Woodall, former TV personality and founder/CEO of Trinny London, will meet on the main stage for a fireside chat during The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.Read More Get Tickets