Understanding behavioural facets can help firms formulate strategies to foster diversity and inclusion
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the latest fields of knowledge and business. But even this exciting, cutting-edge sector is not an exception when it comes to problems related to diversity and inclusion (D&I). According to the ‘2021 AI Index Report’, female faculty make up just 16.1% of all tenure-track faculty whose primary research focus area is AI. This disparity is further illustrated by a lack of diversity among the tech industry’s top companies. For example, according to an AI Now study, women comprise only 15% of AI research staff at Facebook and 10% at Google. If diversity and inclusion is a problem in these high-tech companies, one can well imagine the state of the problem in traditional sectors like manufacturing. What can be done to solve this crucial problem in organizations?
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