As a sponsor of this year Women's Forum For The Economy & Society (WFES), FTI along with other WFES partners will be carrying out an in-depth research project on addressing gender bias in AI. We would like to explore the potential interest some member of the AI Alliance may have in participating in this task. No fund contribution is required. Should you be interested please let us know. We are hoping to finalize the list of external experts participating in this task by the end of the month.
Formal institutional partners:
• The role of the Institutional Partner would be to lend their expertise to inform, challenge and validate the framing of our research.
• In this capacity, Institutional Partners provide a critical and independent voice as well as a non-private sector lens.
• Finally, we hope that our Institutional Partners will help amplify the work and the outcomes with their stakeholders, acting as a spokesperson at the Women's Forum, and possibly other events.
• The Institutional Partner is not asked to commit any resources other than their expertise and what we expect will be a reasonable time commitment.
Benefits: • Appear as an institutional partner in all content produced related to it. • Be invited to attend and in some cases speak at the meetings of the Women’s Forum where the research is launched and profiled.
Subject matter experts
Role: • Act as a sounding board to the research framing, methodology definition and proposed outcomes as an expert in the ecosystem. • Advise of related initiatives and work being carried out in the space
• Be invited to attend the kick-off meeting (in NY – July 27) to provide initial thoughts and comments • Opportunity to get more involved at different stages of the process depending on area of expertise - e.g. research articulation, or content amplification
Benefits: • Exchange with peers on issues of common interest. • When appropriate, their contribution will be acknowledged in the final output.
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