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Using Data & Technology to Improve Our Racial Climate - Shared screen with speaker view
Jigna Patel
20:58
Hello Everyone. Thanks for being here today.
Kelvin
21:05
o/
Janeane Tolomeo
21:07
Howdy!
VanessaB
21:08
Hello everyone!
George Bell
21:34
Hey all, I’m a college grad looking to move to ATX. Would love to connect with everyone! Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/destinbell/
VanessaB
21:55
Helllllloooooo
Kelvin
21:59
Tuning in from TN! Listening while working.
Janeane Tolomeo
22:06
Erik and Janenae :)
George Bell
22:15
I’d love to know about the opportunities for first-time black founders in Austin
Janeane Tolomeo
22:16
*Janeane
Michael Ward Jr.
22:20
Welcome everyone! We have a Rockstar panel today
Laura Reutter
22:26
Laura, Breast Cancer Resource Center, Austin TX, Hello!!
George Bell
22:27
On from KY!
Tim Mahoney
22:36
This is a very important time in our history, the most complete transition since the Civil War for Black Lives Matter...
Meme Styles
22:46
George Bell … You hav to check out DIVINC
Eric Pearson
22:56
In Austin. I've been working on switching several local arts nonprofits to remote music concerts and instruction. Also doing more computer vision workshops on the side.
Syd S
22:59
ATX!
Terrence Johnson
23:02
Hi from Chicago.
VanessaB
23:16
nationwide baby!
Nate Janes
23:27
Hi from Austin. I work in social media analytics… my wife sent me this yesterday
VanessaB
23:53
Meme!
Nate Janes
23:59
I grew up in Reston!
Jigna Patel
24:01
Texas Center for Disability Studies, University of Texas at Austin! Hello!! Very interested in Meme’s MEASURE organization and Michael’s AUTM nonprofit as well. Interested in collaborating!
Chris Wood
24:01
Cleveland Ohio > Austin Texas in 2015
Meme Styles
24:28
Hey There Vanessa!!
VanessaB
24:53
nice
Jessica Sager
25:09
Welcome Donna!
Jessica Sager
25:15
We are thrilled to have you join!
Stephen Straus
25:20
Here from Austin! Originally from White Plains, NY (an hour outside NYC)
Janeane Tolomeo
26:12
originally from Philadelphia PA, now in Austin :)
Jessica Sager
26:15
Hola Natalie!
Jigna Patel
27:26
Originally from the Bay Area, San Francisco!
Maria Phone
28:45
Here from Austin, Entrepreneurs Foundation. Supporting these wonderful panelists!
Lindsey Schell
29:44
Hi Maria from EF! Great to see you here!
Maria Phone
29:57
Mentor Method, MEASURE & AUTM!! Powerhouse orgs!!
David Hirsch
30:04
Here from Georgiana Acres in Austin, proposing coloring books for color of law systemic racism protest kids.
Michael Ward Jr.
30:12
Love it Maria!
Maria Phone
30:34
Hi Lindsey!!! Virtual coffee soon!
Eric Pearson
31:05
I guess no drinks at Trifecta after... :-/
Lindsey Schell
31:50
@Maria that would be awesome, yes please!
VanessaB
32:14
Elizabeth is always fascinating
Meme Styles
32:17
Hey Jennifer!!
VanessaB
33:36
I miss you Advisory Board
theresaboisseau
34:00
@vanesssaB I was thinking the same thing....
Rob Farris
35:10
Colorado eliminated police immunity
Jigna Patel
35:15
Support and solidarity
Stephen Straus
35:17
White men educating themselves on anti-racism
Charles Nimo
35:25
the awareness towards systemic racism
Meme Styles
35:26
Increased Empathy
Diane Kenyon - Schwab
35:36
the number of people showing up at events like this
VanessaB
35:42
peaceful assembly
Desere Cross Ward
35:44
UT seeking to make it’s campus more inclusive
Janeane Tolomeo
35:48
conversations with a black man series on youtube, amazing
Michael Ward Jr.
35:51
People are being more vocal and agreeing that systematic racism exists
Diane Kenyon - Schwab
36:03
many conversations and people moving to action
Diane Kenyon - Schwab
36:11
great book sharing
Eric Pearson
36:16
We could hardly get copies of books like "How to be an anti-racist" because they are being sold out nationally.
Rania Baltagi
36:30
non-white professionals in high positions (Reddit)
Clarissa Lasky
36:48
Yes, Desere!
Janeane Tolomeo
37:04
@eric - I downloaded the audible book
David Hirsch
37:09
low technology, august second was national coloring books day as well national friendship day, so a simplpe solution as color of law coloring books to address systemic racism, fun for all age groups.
Michael Ward Jr.
37:40
@David, could you expand on that?
VanessaB
38:16
#equalityAF!!!!!!!!!!!!!! epic
David Hirsch
39:18
peaceful protest kids may participate in online coloring books designed to address color of law, red linning, Jekel Island Banking issues. Take a look, in a coloring book with some freindly imagination. Serenti ySells
Eric Pearson
39:18
@janeane as did I, but we were trying to order through black-owned businesses first.
Janeane Tolomeo
39:38
that's great!
VanessaB
40:25
nice
Eric Pearson
40:38
My arts nonprofit, as well as many others in the Austin community and abroad are undertaking anti-racist and anti-oppression workshops to see how our systems and institutions can be improved.
Michael Ward Jr.
41:07
@David, I like that. Makes things very visible
Eric Pearson
41:49
Could someone post the slack URL again?
Jigna Patel
42:19
Yes!
John Lockman
42:23
https://www.austinforum.org/slack.html
Desere Cross Ward
42:25
I’m ready to get real with you Meme
Jessica Sager
42:27
Eric: herehttps://www.austinforum.org/slack.html
David Hirsch
42:44
Thank you. I have a blog doing business as serenity sells that proposes heartful solutions https://serenitysells.blogspot.com
Eric Pearson
44:18
Digital access was a huge problem in the public schools in the spring. It's a huge hurdle as teachers are trying to figure out what to do in a couple weeks.
Jigna Patel
45:12
Technology access is a huge socioeconomical barrier.
Desere Cross Ward
46:26
^^^ Yep, that’s exactly why AUTM is petitioning the governor to provide technology for all texans: https://www.change.org/p/texas-technology-for-all
David Hirsch
47:03
In the United States, redlining is the systematic denial of various services by federal government agencies, local governments as well as the private sector either directly or through the selective raising of prices.
Craig Wheeler
47:16
a lot of positive exposure is happening on Twitter
David Hirsch
47:41
https://www.federalreservehistory.org/essays/jekyll_island_conference
Erin Ford
47:59
As long as we historically view African American history as starting with slavery, we will continue to ignore the immense contributions that have come from Africa and her people.
Desere Cross Ward
48:19
RT @Erin
George Bell
48:20
smh
VanessaB
48:34
YES!!!
George Bell
48:40
You’re hitting the nail on the head @Erin
Rania Baltagi
48:42
Data is power
Joyce Statz
48:43
It should be a human right; we need the REA of internet access
David Hirsch
48:44
Redlinning source is the secret meeting at Jeckel Island Georgia. Bank on racial issues in a capitalist society.
nancymaclaine
48:47
often the application for COVID19 relief funds requires online access — something many do not have
VanessaB
48:47
human right
George Bell
49:17
Wifi has become such an essential part of society its moving into the category of a public good
theresaboisseau
49:19
Agree, HUMAN RIGHT
Rich Vázquez
49:26
Yes. The question of the digital divide got distracted when libraries and schools started providing more access - but now that they are closed - we see why that conversation should have been continued
Charles Nimo
49:39
100% agree with @ Erin
Desere Cross Ward
49:41
The new “Jim code” I love that!
Rich Vázquez
49:43
If it's requires for school - it's required and is a utility
George Bell
49:57
Dang Jim Code…that’s powerful
Michael Ward Jr.
49:58
We can wrap up the panel right after Meme.
VanessaB
50:27
all are harmed when oppression is rampant
Vedant Mahajan
50:37
Like Highways are accessible/open to all…Internet (Information Highway) should be accessilble, and made available to all!
Louise and/or Matt Nelson
50:40
We who practice the new Jim Code are harming those we cannot see - and since we can’t see them, we don’t care.
Diane Kenyon - Schwab
50:41
yes we care
Craig Wheeler
50:47
A lot of technological progress is done for the sake of progress, blind to implications
George Bell
50:51
Everyones harmed when people with the ability to contribute aren’t able to do so because of systemic obstacles
theresaboisseau
51:03
“Jim Code” is a powerful phrase!
Michael Ward Jr.
51:15
^^^^ yup
Rania Baltagi
51:43
never too late.
Erin Ford
51:55
^yes! People have to be willing to break the system sometimes instead of trying to reform something broken.
Rania Baltagi
51:55
bt will take generations
David Hirsch
51:59
In God we Trust. Systemic racism values is rooted in the FED. In the United States, redlining is the systematic denial of various services by federal government agencies, local governments as well as the private sector either directly or through the selective raising of prices.
nancymaclaine
52:18
perhaps AI will not be biased
Becky Taylor
52:21
Access is key to all of the good things mentioned. …and, Wifi cost is low enough that making it freely available is often straightforward.
Jigna Patel
52:36
Constantly need activists/advocates/support
VanessaB
52:46
we must become allies for POC while respecting the supporting role we may play in that struggle
Eric Pearson
52:47
AI depends on historic data... It will be biased as the society it is based on.
Desere Cross Ward
53:02
No only do we need leaders to emerge to fight Jim code, we need them to unite their efforts #StrongerTogether
Craig Wheeler
53:09
First pass at AI had lots of biases.
Janeane Tolomeo
53:12
great speaker!!!
nancymaclaine
53:16
I was thinking of the AI that completely replaces the people leaders.
Syd S
53:17
Thank you!!!
Syd S
53:22
Amazing
VanessaB
53:40
much better
Amber M. Sprague
54:05
I deeply appreciate your questions, Meme! They are questions I hadn’t been asked before…
David Hirsch
54:28
Island off the coast of Georgia is the root and source of systemic racism instutionalized. Redlining may be addressed by dealing with systemic racism from our US Banking system. This is how to address the values being red linned.
VanessaB
54:53
#GetCounted #Census2020
theresaboisseau
55:21
^^^YES!
Desere Cross Ward
55:47
To be counted, households must complete the survey by September 30, rather than October 31:
Desere Cross Ward
55:55
https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/03/politics/2020-census-field-collection-end-early/index.html
Desere Cross Ward
56:59
“Higher” ed is definitely a barrier for many simply due to the cost. That’s why I’m a strong proponent for free postsecondary education
Rich Vázquez
57:02
I declined many educational opportunities because I refused to allow my parents to take out loans for the schools that accepted me
Becky Taylor
58:49
Bias is something that is often not obvious to everyone at the same time. It is key for technology developers to hear about this issue, often, in order to factor that into development of software systems. It’s even better to do that with a diverse team so that the awareness is automatically baked into the development process.
David Hirsch
01:00:25
No access to money in a capitalist system is the largest source of systemic racism. Poor house, no access to education, renege on GI homes and disfunctional leadership.
Eric Pearson
01:01:56
I heard a statistic that 41% of black-owned businesses have closed due to quarantine. More will close before the end of it. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/2020/07/black-owned-businesses-may-not-survive-covid-19/
Rich Vázquez
01:02:34
Black unemployment also went up when unemployment went down after the re-openings.
VanessaB
01:03:07
digital literacy is crucial
Terrence Johnson
01:03:09
I am thinking at least one of the real questions is who is the audience? Who (again) is being "asked" or persuaded to change. I think Malcolm X once talked about having to "ask" to be a diner at the dinner table.
Desere Cross Ward
01:03:13
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 strategy is so key for addressing these issues bc they were created with the strategic goal of creating inequality
VanessaB
01:04:23
right on Michael!
Desere Cross Ward
01:04:25
Don’t just talk about it, join the movement: https://www.autmtx.org/
Amy Atchley
01:05:39
Human centered designed programs must be part of the fabric and foundation of solutions.
Rob Farris
01:06:23
Need to make data about disparity much more widely available and across the many dimensions - economic, education, health, criminal justice, etc.
Rob Farris
01:06:53
and make it consumable so that many parties can reference this and understand it
Rob Farris
01:07:03
and use it to make better decisions
Amy Atchley
01:07:54
This is business imperative
Jessica Sager
01:08:13
Andrei- please share your question on the Q&A
Syd S
01:09:15
Janice, WOW
VanessaB
01:09:19
double-blind I see I see
Janice Omadeke
01:10:02
@syd - say more.
Janice Omadeke
01:10:13
@syd - say more
David Hirsch
01:10:14
Including native Americans, being inclusive for the disabled, taking ownership of the Heart of Texas with Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Agility for all of God's children may be our best path forward. Witiko are evil man-eating giants of Cree mythology. Witikos play the roles of monsters and bogeymen in some legends; in others, Cree people who commit sins (especially selfishness, gluttony, or cannibalism) are turned into a Witiko as punishment. The appearance of a Witiko is huge, monstrous, and made of or coated in ice. In some Cree stories, looking directly at a Witiko will leave a person paralyzed and helpless against it. Witiko's heart is said to be made of ice, and the monster can only be permanently killed if its heart is completely melted. May we honor collective cultural conventions for our collective benefit.
Michael Ward Jr.
01:10:22
Some business leaders know the benefit, but still not willing to move forward or make the investment.
Janice Omadeke
01:10:50
:) spread the word!
Desere Cross Ward
01:12:09
Yassss! Be the change you seek
Syd S
01:12:12
That was incredibly useful to hear in terms of actionables & also angles from which to approach issues of diversity in the workplace. I think it's so easy to focus on the frustration of having to explain why this *needs* to be addressed in tech, rather than to focus on the ways in which to achieve the most leverage
Rich Vázquez
01:12:16
I worked with retail data warehouses to provide purchasing predictions and analytics. Around 2000.
Rich Vázquez
01:12:29
Every store had the racial breakdown of the zip code attached
David Hirsch
01:12:50
Mindsets are the mental lenses that shape how people see and interpret the world around them. Dysfunctional leaders' mindsets attune them to mishandling situations and making subpar decisions, while simultaneously leading them to believe they've taken the best course of action. https://www.td.org/insights/4-mindsets-that-drive-dysfunctional-leadership
VanessaB
01:13:11
exactly...we need policy change and a boatload of money
VanessaB
01:14:02
now is the time
Desere Cross Ward
01:14:11
^^^ if you value diversity, put your money where your mouth/diversity statement is
VanessaB
01:14:42
if we remain focused on Black Lives we can have real change
David Hirsch
01:15:03
When the ship begins to sink, all the passengers realize they must work together to survive.
theresaboisseau
01:15:04
Buying power and voting power!
Stephen Straus
01:15:23
Meme - I don’t think it is too late because I think the solution is via policy. Everyone, vote!
Michael Ward Jr.
01:15:25
Political, social, and economic power
Desere Cross Ward
01:15:56
RT @Vanessa: When black ppl win, we all win. I’ve done so much work with UT’s Black Faculty & Staff Association that has benefited our other University Resource Groups (URG)
George Bell
01:15:57
Gotta run but would love to keep the conversation going. Thanks for making the space for this dialogue!
Rich Vázquez
01:16:12
I'm pessimistic because I'm older and my generation was told the same. Instead I've seen my generation and younger perpetuate the problems
S. Cannon
01:16:24
I truly appreciate the data, but until the HEART of racist human beings are changed this will continue to be a problem. Continue to fight the good fight, continue to cause "GOOD TROUBLE!"
Michael Ward Jr.
01:16:35
Amen!!!
David Hirsch
01:16:51
Olaudah Equiano, b. 1745The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself. Vol. I. https://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/equiano1/summary.html
VanessaB
01:17:01
word
Desere Cross Ward
01:17:17
#MoneyTalks 🤑
S. Cannon
01:17:46
Truth!
David Hirsch
01:17:57
When the ship begins to sink, everyone joins together to survive as they know in fighting will lead to the ship sinking faster and all lost.
Amber M. Sprague
01:18:18
And I appreciate S. Cannon’s point (what do we do when racism still exists)… and I think there is something powerful about how data can empower the people who don’t want to sit by idly, who want to have the tools and information to keep on the pressure
Amber M. Sprague
01:19:35
The reminder that when I see a lot of people being interviewed maybe for my team in the future and I don’t see the diversity, I can raise my hand and present data information that show the benefit of expanding the interview pool…
Amber M. Sprague
01:20:08
*data driven information
S. Cannon
01:20:31
Any start is a GOOD START for systemic change.
Desere Cross Ward
01:20:37
If you don’t have multiple streams of income, you will be left behind
Nguyen, Chrystie
01:21:15
@ S Cannon -- humans are NOT born racist -- it is learned/taught
Desere Cross Ward
01:21:15
RT Cannon: it’s never to late to start creating change. The longer we wait, the harder it will be, but it’s never too late to disrupt systems of oppression
Janice Omadeke
01:21:31
Yes Michael!
Syd S
01:21:52
Thinking of diversity as something that'd be "good to have" but not CRITICAL is a mistake
Rich Vázquez
01:21:56
Recruiting has to be focused on more than interns and entry level.
David Hirsch
01:22:10
The Four Types of Dysfunctional Executives and How to Handle Them https://knowledge.insead.edu/leadership-organisations/the-four-types-of-dysfunctional-executives-and-how-to-handle-them-8806
Kristiana Jeffers
01:22:15
This year's census will be a game changer
Eric Pearson
01:22:46
Starlink
theresaboisseau
01:22:47
^^^^agree on census, we need to make sure people respond and the Gov is cutting short the push to get it done by 1 month!
VanessaB
01:22:57
"using data to hold people accountable" like Jonathon Swan did? :D
Desere Cross Ward
01:23:12
Education is a public good and should be free
Rich Vázquez
01:24:29
If you don't believe in broadly accessible education, health and food - I always ask people, how desperate do you want your neighbor to be?
Kristiana Jeffers
01:24:55
happy with short change
David Hirsch
01:25:17
Roughly 4% to as high as 12% of CEOs exhibit psychopathic traits, according to some expert estimates, many times more than the 1% rate found in the general population and more in line with the 15% rate found in prisons. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackmccullough/2019/12/09/the-psychopathic-ceo/#2f34612f791e
Kristiana Jeffers
01:26:46
I heard in two years Austin will not have black people within its limits...?
theresaboisseau
01:27:56
^^^not within city limits wouldn’t surprise me because of the high cost of living in Austin.
S. Cannon
01:28:02
Beautiful Heritage J. Omadeke....
Janice Omadeke
01:28:18
Thank you S. Cannon
David Hirsch
01:28:25
Hispanics whom have lived here for generations are loosing their homes. Redlinning is an ongoing issues since the secret meeting on Jekel Island off the coast of Georgia to create the Federal Reserve where systemic racism was instituionalized.
David Hirsch
01:30:06
How a secret meeting on Jekyll Island led to the Fed https://www.marketplace.org/2015/10/20/how-secret-meeting-jekyll-island-led-fed/
David Hirsch
01:30:57
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_War
Rich Vázquez
01:31:07
Austin's had commissions to study the "Quality of Life" for Latinos and Blacks and it seems that all the initiatives helped gentrification explode.
Nguyen, Chrystie
01:31:17
Redlining is starting to be dealt with -- the urgent problem is gerrymandering and voter suppression.
Rich Vázquez
01:31:19
It was like they were hugging us while they walked us out the door
Diane Kenyon - Schwab
01:31:28
a lot of links here - where are the best sources of the 'data'
David Hirsch
01:31:42
Disparity statements have been made as well solutions, Addressing dysfunctional leaders is part of the battle.
David Hirsch
01:32:40
https://serenitysells.blogspot.com/
Kristiana Jeffers
01:32:48
Yes Rich they are hugging us very close
Syd S
01:33:16
What would you say to young people in tech who are becoming disillusioned? Especially if we feel that our presence in these spaces is so needed
Nguyen, Chrystie
01:33:39
Never give up!
Desere Cross Ward
01:33:57
E4 Youth: https://e4youth.org/
Kristiana Jeffers
01:35:02
Syd S I added your question to the panelist- great question
Desere Cross Ward
01:35:34
How AUTM is providing access to technology: https://spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/austin/news/2020/07/14/petition-calls-for-free-broadband-access-for-all-texans
Desere Cross Ward
01:35:51
#TeamWorkMakesTheDreamWork
Clarissa Lasky
01:35:57
Thank you, Meme! And to all the panelists!
S. Cannon
01:36:16
I work in the Community Liaisons office and I do my best to attend meetings where my vocal voice or survey voice can be heard. I truly appreciate the tenacity of all the positive protestors, who have taken to the streets in protest for a change. It is a shame that Blacks and other minorities are still experiencing this!!! Thank you Meme, Michael, Eunice, Jessica, Janice and Jay for this platform, continue the fight. (Black fist raised emphasized)
VanessaB
01:36:18
Brilliant panel. Be safe and be well...miss you all. vb #vote
Meme Styles @memeofaustin
01:36:29
Learn more at www.wemeasure.org
Janice Omadeke
01:36:35
www.thementormethod.com
Janice Omadeke
01:36:50
https://www.linkedin.com/in/janiceomadeke/
Desere Cross Ward
01:38:37
Michael Ward Jr. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michwardjr/ & Twitter: https://twitter.com/michwardjr
Desere Cross Ward
01:39:38
Measure Austin: https://www.measureaustin.org/
Lindsey Schell
01:39:54
Snaps for Code2College!!
Jay
01:40:27
Code2College will be well represented at our Aug 18 event :-)
Michael Ward Jr.
01:40:39
I like that, adopt an organization
Meme Styles @memeofaustin
01:42:13
Absolutely! :)
Rob Farris
01:42:49
gotta drop... great discussion!
Michael Ward Jr.
01:43:40
Answered as many questions as I could in the Q&A
Jessica Sager
01:43:57
Are you able to stay on the call? Would be happy to make you a copanelist for a bit after this Q&A session (in about 10 minutes) to chat with the panelists
Michael Ward Jr.
01:43:57
Feel free to email me at Michael@autmtx.org to dive deeper
Becky Taylor
01:46:06
What can be learned from women’s very long road trying to do the same things in business and specifically tech companies, from getting the right mentoring, to dealing with being the “only one in the room”? Anything to learn from that and build forward?
Michael Ward Jr.
01:47:55
Do you believe internet access is a basic necessity? Please sign and share our petition - https://www.change.org/p/texas-technology-for-all
Kristiana Jeffers
01:51:10
Keep Austin Weird
Nguyen, Chrystie
01:51:19
Austin may value that, but the state of Texas does not. Texas laws protect corporations, not people -- which California laws do.
Kristiana Jeffers
01:51:48
blueberry in tomato soup
Jessica Sager
01:52:30
Please join our slack and post that there as well!
Janice Omadeke
01:53:07
Same
Nguyen, Chrystie
01:53:25
we're not in Texas. we're in Austin!
Kristiana Jeffers
01:53:29
lol Michael
Lindsey Schell
01:53:44
@GeorgeBell - happy to connect, made the KY>ATX journey 20 years ago :) https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindseyeschell/
Becky Taylor
01:54:58
Janice - All I can say is a great big “Amen”…. Oh, the war stories…
Jessica Sager
01:55:16
Please stick around and ask more questions! We will start bringing people up on the screen to dialogue with our panelists. So- if your question didn't get answer, or you haven't asked it yet, now is the time
Kristiana Jeffers
01:56:10
Thank you to all Panelist for an awesome event
Michael Ward Jr.
01:58:30
Meme, Eunice, and Janice are rock stars
Hung Kang
01:59:00
Great panel. Thanks!
Jessica Sager
01:59:01
Not really active on Instagram :)
Kristen Grewe (she, her, hers)
01:59:05
Thank you all for a great event!
Jessica Sager
01:59:07
please follow us on FB or linkedin
Malick Alembert
01:59:13
Janice & Eunice kudos to you all . Thanks for sharing.
Eunice Chendjou
02:01:21
Thank you
donnadegennaro
02:01:39
I am here. Yes, I can hear
Jessica Sager
02:03:25
Please share more questions here!
Amy Atchley
02:04:51
Y'all were amazing - well done - thank you! I have drop.
Jessica Sager
02:05:33
Thank you! I'll pull you up as a panelist once they answer this question and you can ask!
Becky Taylor
02:11:43
Looking forward to August 18th. Very solid panel. One thorny issue to consider tackling is how can public groups play a role to productively flag problematic algorithms? Given there is both private and public harm when algorithms are biased, how best to help companies identify them and either fix or stop using?
Becky Taylor
02:11:54
thank you!
donnadegennaro
02:12:29
Thank you so much everyone! It is a great conversation.
Kate Crago Blanton
02:12:38
Great job, All. Let’s strive for equitable data sets! And thanks all for you donations to people in public and affordable housing through HACA/Austin Pathways!
Teanna Barrett
02:18:57
Thank you!
Michael Ward Jr.
02:20:03
Well said!