As a part of a multi-part series, TechCrunch is highlighting women innovators — from academics to policymakers — in the field of AI.
Google has apologized (or come very close to apologizing) for another embarrassing AI blunder this week, an image-generating model that injected diversity into pictures with a farcical disregard for h
Hellohive announced on Thursday a $3.4 million Series A round to help combat discrimination during the hiring process.
The game shines a light on AI bias and how far ChatGPT has to go when talking to and about different cultures.
It's clear that this year will be a turning point for DEI.
This week Becca and Dom are joined by Beatrice Dixon, the CEO and co-founder of The Honey Pot.
OpenAI has been criticized for the lack of diversity on its board.
There’s been a consistent yearly decline in funding since the murder of George Floyd in 2020.
Health in Her HUE seeks to connect women of color with healthcare providers and content that can better address their needs.
The hardline stance Oklahoma itself has taken against DEI is at odds with the efforts of its Tulsa tech hub.
The Israel-Hamas war has proved divisive to the tech industry. This is one of the first public stances in support for Palestine.
A look back at some of the promises made by companies and investors following the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have written to the US Acting Secretary of Labor expressing concerns over the disproportionate impact tech layoffs could have on Black workers,
The backlash is only set to heat up come the 2024 election.
The Japanese conglomerate is selling the Open Opportunity Fund to its chairman Paul Judge, and Marcelo Claure, who's being appointed as vice chairman and general partner.
Black people make up 2.5% of the U.K.’s population; proper representation in venture would mean at least 2.5% of funds going to Black-led businesses.
We talk a lot about the negative side of AI, but what about the positive aspects like being able to interact with authors or historical figures based on feeding their writing into a large language mod
On the inside of the notebook Google gave out at its K&I Black Summit, it reads verbatim, “I was just cotton the moment, but I came back to take your notes.
Silicon Valley Bank was in Austin at AfroTech this week, sponsoring and hosting parties in an effort to rebuild trust among Black founders.
Tech employees who are in charge of diversity, equity and inclusion are tired. They have been talking with internal stakeholders and promoting diversity across the board. But it’s hard to prove that