Artificial intelligence (AI) can help businesses create innovative solutions and fantastic opportunities, but AI could also pose problems.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help businesses create innovative solutions and fantastic opportunities, but AI could also pose problems. Sadly, social injustices have found their way into technology.
We’re excited to announce that Toju Duke from Google will be joining us on day one of our Disruption and Innovation in the Devolved Nations event taking place on 2 November – which delves into a range of topics about the future workplace. Toju is dedicated to driving social justice through AI technology to ensure it accurately represents all backgrounds and cultures in society and is bias free. She’ll talk about responsible AI and the importance of equality and inclusion within this emerging technology.
Toju will help us to understand the importance of developing new systems in ethical and responsible ways so that the inequalities that are being fought against today aren’t integrated into the technologies of tomorrow.
Get to know Toju
Toju is a Responsible AI Program Manager at Google, and has over 15 years’ experience spanning across Advertising, Retail, Not-For Profits and Tech. She designs Responsible AI programs focused on the development and implementation of Responsible AI frameworks amongst Google’s product teams. With a proven track record on business success and project management, she is a Manager for Women in AI Ireland, Tech start-ups Mentor, Business Advisor and Founder of Refyne. Toju is also the founder of VIBE, a women’s community aimed at personal and professional development using the underlying principles of emotional intelligence.
Discover more about Toju through her personal and professional social media channels
Company Twitter: @Google
Personal Twitter: @TojuDuke
Personal LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tojuduke
Book your place to join Toju and other amazing speakers
Join your community of social landlords to hear from Toju and discover all about responsible AI and the importance of considering inclusion in your systems. Places are available now for our two-day conference taking place on 2 and 16 November. For more information and to secure your place, please visit our event page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.