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Originally published by Third Sector.
Katie Rose, Director for Europe at the Centre for Public Impact, was part of a panel discussion at New Philanthropy Capital's annual conference, speaking on the benefits and pitfalls of using AI to further charitable causes.
Katie Rose, director of Europe at the social policy charity the Centre for Public Impact, said: “We need to think deeply about how equity and oppression shows up in the design of AI.
“Marginalised communities don’t always get a seat at the table. AI isn’t going to change that, unless we think about existing power structures and how we dismantle them in order to ensure our data is representative – that’s how we can unlock the power of people through AI.”
Rose said it was important to have inclusive design teams when developing AI software and to make sure designers “really understand” the history of the community they are serving throughout the development process.
Read the full piece in Third Sector.