By: Matt Cowell

Real World AI – using AI to better market women in science

This week in our Real World AI series, we’re reading about Primer.ai , a tech startup using artificial intelligence to find thousands of highly successful female scientists overlooked by Wikipedia and create initial drafts of Wikipedia pages to streamline the process of representing them on the site.

The #quantcrunch and other shortages of tech and science talent are greatly exacerbated by a significant under-representation of women and certain racial and ethnic backgrounds in science and tech. This use of #AI is an incredibly interesting way to help elevate the awareness and status of highly successful women scientists.

Check out the article from Wired at Using Artificial Intelligence to Fix Wikipedias Gender Problem.

Image Credit: Science Magazine & G. Joch/Argonne National Laboratory

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  1. Beth
  2. Love this practical application of AI to a real-world problem we have across the tech industry.

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