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Volume : 05

Breaking BoundAIries

By bringing a personal and pragmatic perspective beyond the data, women are leading a new wave of innovation in artificial intelligence

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Susmita Roy

Managing Editor

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Different perspectives

From problem-solving to building inclusive workplaces

Women are essential for developing the future of Artificial Intelligence (Al). From data structuring to tacking application, female perspectives bring an invaluable lens that can unlock lasting and powerful solutions. As Sangeetha Chandru from Fractal notes: "Al requires a practical approach-something women excel at."

It's a unique combination that can deliver effective results. Like those achieved by Danielle Handley of Bupa, where Al is being used to shape the healthcare experience. Or by Mel Parks of Save the Children Australia, deploying Al to deliver change in the important areas of child protection and universal access to education, among others. Learn more about these inspiring leaders who blaze new trails every day by flipping the pages.

With great leaders, we also need inclusivity. It is the key to creating a successful organization, Sally Helgesen, one of the world's most esteemed leadership coaches, has just released her new book packed with guidance on fostering an inclusive environment! She told us "Be bold and set an example-create space for honesty by being honest yourself, and don't be afraid to ask questions when you need clarification Get in-depth insights into building better teams in her story.

What is very clear from conversations like these is that people have very different perspectives on the same issues. This is particularly evident concerning vaccinations. Countries trying to boost their vaccine uptake recognize that a one-size-fits- all approach to public health promotion will not yield the best results.

Ram Prasad, the co-founder of Final Mile, a Fractal Company explains how behavioral science can help understand what drives people's decisions about new vaccines. This, in turn, can drive the development of tools to guide health workers in conversations about vaccination. He explains more in his story.

I hope you enjoy the different perspectives on this volume of ai:sight.

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AI-Iluminating Perspectives

Discover how leaders like Danielle Handley (Bupa), Mel Parks (Save the Children, Australia), and Sangeetha Chandru (Fractal) are driving AI innovation with personal and practical insights.

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