Session: The Future of Work: Navigating the Intersection of Technology and Human Potential
What are the odds that AI will revolutionize the career trajectory for women? Will hiring and retention have more biases, or is there a way to neutralize the gender divide with the march of automation?
The question being asked is how we will be able to prioritize women's career growth in a world with AI by leveraging technology to create more inclusive and equitable workplaces. One of women's most significant challenges is the potential for gender biases to be perpetuated or amplified by automated systems.
The other is the gender digital divide, which refers to the unequal distribution of technology and internet access between men and women. Is this a game changer or just hype? Can we actually come together to shift the gears of disparity globally for a larger goal-driven objective of a more inclusive and equitable society?
The future of work is becoming increasingly automated and AI-driven, which presents both opportunities and challenges for women in terms of career growth. While AI has the potential to improve efficiency, productivity, and decision-making, the flip is that it can also equally exacerbate existing gender biases and create new ones.
- How AI is presenting both opportunities and challenges for women in terms of career growth.
- How companies are building a more inclusive strategy
Divya is a global award-winning marketing executive with a proven track record in leading high-performing, multicultural teams to success across various projects. She has worked extensively with the C-suite on turnkey projects and high-profile M&A deals.
Having worked across automotive, telco, and technology, Divya has had the opportunity to lead strategic interventions and innovation projects, from the front, for several successful partnerships and alliances.