Remarkable Women in AI

Prominent women in AI/Web3 and issue a call to action

September of 2023

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This will be an online only event

Time & Date

September 29th, 2023
11:50 a.m. PDT / 8:50 p.m. CEST
(part of the AI & Web3 Summit)

Event Description

As part of the “AI Web3 Summit”, the fourth session in the “Remarkable Women in AI” series co-organized by Transatlantic AI eXchange and the AI Competence Center at German Entrepreneurship is an engaging virtual webinar among prominent women in AI and Web3 from around the globe. Moderator, Dr. Caroline Simard (Stanford University), joins a panel of distinguished women in AI from industry, academia, and the public sector to discuss effective strategies for accelerating change in gender diversity in the AI ecosystem.

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


Caroline Simard

Managing Director at Stanford University – VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab


Caroline Simard (Moderator)

Managing Director
at Stanford University,
VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab

Jasmin Dave

Senior Director of Global Corporate Events

Terra Terwilliger

Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
at Google DeepMind

Stephanie Ifayemi

Head of Policy,
Partnership on AI

Eman Barhoumeh

AI Product Management at Meta

Carine de Meyere

President & Founder of "Women of the World"

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Executive Director
at ED Centre for Trustworthy Technology

Terra Terwilliger

Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
at Google DeepMind


German Entrepreneurship


Transatlantic AI eXchange Partners

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

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