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2022 White Paper Issue 03 – AI

What are we learning about AI technology and what is holds as its practitioners set our path forward? All these little digital assistants are helping us make purchasing choices, on relationships, who to hire, what to play to call, who to be our friends on Facebook, and who may most likely harm us. We have become desensitized to what algorithms can do if not better understood and managed.

2022 White Paper Issue 02 – DEI

A Message from the Editorial Review Board... Companies, organizations, and universities are recruiting or bringing in consultants to improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Are results reactive, or likely to fizzle over time and may harm employees from marginalized groups by affirming currently held norms? Can we anticipate more accountability as tech workers and others demand leaders make good on their promises for more representation, inclusion, and equity within organizations? Will DEI 2.0 do what is needed?

2022 White Paper Issue 01 – Energy Transformation

“A just transition for countries dependent on fossil fuels begins with the recognition that we have to get off of fossil fuels and then you commit the resources to help their economy, to help their workers transition to sustainable alternatives,” Carroll Muffett, chief executive at the non-profit Center for International Environmental Law.

2021 White Paper Issue 04 – Big Data

Teaching in the United States was once considered a career for men. Then the profession’s gender composition shifted dramatically around the mid-19th century when the country’s public-school system was born. Women now make up the larger share of teachers than they have in decades. Men can play a critical part in improving education systems as more become teachers. How does this affect teaching a more diverse student population and what is being done to achieve more gender and racial diversity?

2021 White Paper Issue 03 – The Gender and Racial Gap at the Front of Classrooms

Teaching in the United States was once considered a career for men. Then the profession’s gender composition shifted dramatically around the mid-19th century when the country’s public-school system was born. Women now make up the larger share of teachers than they have in decades. Men can play a critical part in improving education systems as more become teachers. How does this affect teaching a more diverse student population and what is being done to achieve more gender and racial diversity?

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