Building an Inclusive Global AI Ecosystem

Practical insights for change across cultures

November of 2023

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Microsoft Singapore
182 Cecil Street Level 11, MPR, Fraser Tower Singapore, 069547 Singapore

Time & Date

November 14, 2023
4:30 pm / 8:30 p.m. (GMT +8)

Event Description

Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to contribute over $15 Billion to the global economy by 2030 (PWC) and shape the future of human society. A critical challenge for the industry to live up to its potential is the need for more diversity in the development, research, application, and evaluation of new AI technology. With their series “Remarkable Women in AI,” the AI Competence Center at German Entrepreneurship and the Transatlantic AI eXchange invite all genders to a series of inspirational, educational, collaborative, and global discussions on gender diversity in AI – with the aim of inspiring attendees to take steps in their respective roles to address the gender gap in AI.

The last session of the “Remarkable Women in AI” series in 2023 evaluates gender diversity in a cross-cultural exchange between Europe, US and Singapore. The AI Competence Center at German Entrepreneurship and Transatlantic AI eXchange are excited to invite guests to an interactive panel — to recognize the importance of diversity in the development of AI and the role of culture in promoting the inclusion of women in AI — and to enable a bilateral exchange of success strategies for accelerating change.

Target Audience: This event is directed towards all gender students, entrepreneurs and women in research institutions and corporations.

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Dr Hedi Razavi

Managing Director of AI Competence Center (U.S.), German Entrepreneurship


Maria-Liisa Bruckert

Co-Founder/CPO at IQONIC.AI,
Top 20 Women in AI Germany

Clara Durodié

CEO at Cognitive Finance Group

Lum Seow Khun

Director at Public Sector Group, Microsoft,
SG100 Women in Tech

Prof Costas J Spanos

Director of the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) at UC Berkeley


German Entrepreneurship

Hosted by

Transatlantic AI eXchange Partners

Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
Startup Network Europe
German Entrepreneurship
Alexander Thamm GmbH

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