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Laura N Montoya on the global cultural lens of AI

In this episode, we speak with Laura N Montoya from Accel.AI about the inherent correlation between underrepresentation and bias, the need to support communities building tech systems, plus advice for young people looking to get into the tech space.

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Lumumba Seegars on inequality and agency in ERGs

In this episode, we speak with Lumumba Seegars from Harvard Business School about the challenges and limitations employees face when participating in Employee Resource Groups, how organizational leaders can be more effective allies, and the critical importance of intersectional approaches to any work involving change.

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Elizabeth M. Adams on civic tech as advocacy work

In this episode, we are speaking with Elizabeth M. Adams from Stanford University’s Digital Civil Society Lab about the roles and responsibility of government in tech, the ethical implications of technology, and the long game of advocacy work.

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Christine Marie Ortiz Guzman on how we are all “designers”

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Christine Marie Ortiz Guzman from Equity Meets Design about equity design and designers, organizational responsibilities to change, and the relationship between capital and lowercase “d” designers.

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Candice Morgan on navigating inclusive strategy in tech

In this episode, we speak with Candice Morgan from GV (formerly known as Google Ventures) shares how to navigate inclusive strategies in organizations; how the “summer of protest” has moved the dial of accountability; and how the venture space can better practice antiracism.

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Ifeoma Ajunwa on the limitless boundaries of employee surveillance

In this episode, we talk with Dr. Ifeoma Ajunwa from the University of North Carolina School of Law about the legal and ethical implications of workplace surveillance in the age of remote work, wearable tech, and DNA testing.

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How COVID is pushing tech to revamp sports

Tech has had an impact on sports for years, but the pandemic outbreak pushed this transformation to new heights. Here’s how athletes, fans, and managers are being changed by COVID-19.

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