According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020. That means the industry is missing out on a lot of untapped potentials.
One of the biggest reasons why there aren’t more women in AI, and in STEM fields in general, is that many young girls are still taught to believe that STEM fields.
Visible female leaders and trailblazers can refute stereotypes about women in the sciences and inspire a new generation to STEM careers.
Companies still struggle with gender biases in their hiring processes, with AI algorithms that may favor men’s applications over women’s to job postings .
Entry- and mid-level employees need these mentorship opportunities as much as those in leadership roles do.