The gender gap in technology is not a recent phenomenon; it has been a significant and consistent challenge for companies in the industry. While the number of technical and data-related roles has increased in recent decades, the gender gap is still remaining constant.
A BIG thank you to Amarita Natt, Sr. Economist at Econ One Research for writing this post and being part of DSSe, an initiative focused on elevating women in Data.
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It’s no news that the tech industry is far from being gender-balanced. According to research from recruiting firm Burtch Works, not even 1 out of 5 data professionals are women. What is even more worrying is that the industry is still predominantly represented by white males while women of color.
Female-focused communities are a great place for women working in AI to meet, inspire, learn from each other and eventually work towards a more diverse tech industry.
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ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investing is a great umbrella term to describe responsible investing (RI), a way to evaluate companies beyond financial factors. In other words, ESG is a way of measuring the impact of companies on the environment and society, thereby facilitating ethical.
MLOps—short for “machine learning operations”—has become a buzzword in recent years, and for good reason. Algorithmia’s 2021 enterprise trends in machine learning report found that while organizations have dramatically increased their investments in machine learning (ML), the time required to.