ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE |Why aren’t more women choosing this as a career? We need them!
Artificial Intelligence | If our future is going to be dominated by smart machines, Alexa and Siri should not be the only female voices in AI! Join us on November 18 at 1 pm (PST) for a TARATALK with Natasha Porter, the Chief Customer Officer at Benchmark Digital Partners, to explore this urgent and relevant matter.
If The Future is Female, we need a chorus of talented women working on AI. AI is already in use in everything from banking to healthcare to smart homes and beyond, and its use is spreading fast. The gender gap in AI affects us all, but we can do something about it. Adding strong female voices to create, develop, and shape the world of AI will help ensure that this technology properly represents and serves the needs of women. Join Natasha Porter and Gotara Founder and CEO, D. Sangeeta as they share more and talk strategies to address this gap on the November 18 TARATALK. Natasha Porter, the Chief Customer Officer at Benchmark Digital Partners, is a strong voice in AI, working to expand the reach and possibilities of this exciting technology and leveraging its capabilities in new ways. “A few years ago, AI seemed like a far reach and a glimmer of something powerful that our business could use to support the customers we serve,” says Natasha. But, instead – the future is now. It’s time to get excited and engaged with AI. “What I’m experiencing today is that technology has been supercharged as a result of the pandemic, and AI is a reality now, and something from a technology perspective that is and will continue to be a game-changer in every industry and in every job.” Join us to hear her guidance and more. It comes from 20+ years of experience, leadership and education in EHS and the digital space, earned after she received a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering and MSE degree in Environmental Management and Economics from Johns Hopkins University. “We’re actively working on AI and machine learning technology right now,” adds Natasha. “So, there’s a lot to share.”