It feels like AI4Good is going to be the BlockChain4Good of 2021 – lots of people talking about it, lots of hype and donor interest – but what does it mean for civil society really? Where is civil society already engaging? And if I were interested in leveraging AI, where would I begin? Watch the recording of our webinar:
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
➡A clearer understanding about what AI might mean for my NGO.
➡An understanding about what it takes for NGOs of any size to begin engaging with AI.
➡Insight into how civil society is currently engaging AI.
WHO IS IT FOR?
➡ civil society organizations
WHO TAKE PART IN THE DISCUSSION?
MORE RESOURCES to STUDY
- The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design(IDEO.org)
- A guide to anticipating the future impact of today’s technology(Ethical OS)
- AI for Good Community Principles(AI for Good)
- Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard (by Chip Heath and Dan Heath)
- How to Listen: Tools for opening up conversations when it matters most (Katie Colombus, Samaritans)
- Technically Wrong (Sara Wachter-Boettcher)
- Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are (Seth Stephens-Davidowitz)
- Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men (Caroline Criado-Perez)
- Hello World (Hannah Fry)
- How to Speak Machine Computational Thinking for the Rest of Us (John Maeda)
- Business of Bots (Adelyn Zhou, Marlene Jia, Mariya Yao)
- Girl Decoded (Rana el Kaliouby)
- UX Best Practices: Using Emojis, Stickers and Gifs with Bots for Messenger
- How to Design a Chatbot Personality
- How to Make Your Chatbot Sound Natural
- Using data science to improve mental health services for diverse communities
- Machine Learning for Anyone Who Took Math in 8th Grade
- Becoming a Self-Taught Data Scientist
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