Diversity Is Critical for the Future of AI — Leading Diversity at Work
In this episode of Leading Diversity at Work, Wharton’s Stephanie Creary speaks with Broderick Turner — a Virginia Tech marketing professor who also runs the school’s Technology, Race, and Prejudice (T.R.A.P.) Lab — and Karim Ginena — a social scientist and founder of RAI Audit — on how to use AI while thinking critically about its flaws.
Leading Diversity at Work is a podcast series featuring Wharton management professor Stephanie Creary in conversation with experts in diversity, equity and inclusion. Learn more at http://whr.tn/leadingdiversity.
The Knowledge at Wharton podcast features interviews with Wharton faculty and industry leaders about the business landscape and the impact of their work. Conversations range from the latest research and books by faculty authors, to Leading Diversity at Work with professor Stephanie Creary, and Dollars and Change with professor Katherine Klein.
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