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“Inclusive Collective” on the Pitfalls of AI and the Power of Black Feminism
Frédérique Campagne Irwin, President and CEO of the National Women's History Museum, joins co-hosts Nadia Butt and Rob Hadley on this week's episode of "Inclusive Collective."
The “Inclusive Collective” podcast, co-hosted by Nadia Butt and Rob Hadley, illuminates the complexities around diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the business world. Each week, Butt and Hadley welcome a different guest to the show to explore and celebrate the guest’s industry of expertise, share perspectives from those who advocate for change. Invited guests include leaders, teams and experts in various industries who share the ways they strive to implement inclusive workplaces, whether within the business world or everyday interpersonal interactions.
On this week’s episode, Butt and Hadley are joined by Frédérique Irwin, President and CEO of the National Women's History Museum. Irwin shares her perspective on the state of affairs for women today, how tech will empower educators to better teach women's history and why we should be cautious about using AI to learn history.
Butt and Hadley also discuss an entrepreneur's plan to build AI detection and drones to stop mass shootings and a Supreme Court case that could expand the definition of disadvantage in discrimination cases. Later, the hosts check in on declining minoritized admissions in U.S. medical schools and employee resource groups for religion.
The latest episode of “Inclusive Collective,” “AI To Detect Weapons, Demotions as Discrimination, and Guest Frédérique Irwin on Women’s History and Today’s Frustrations,” is available now. Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts.