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The Bossy Bees
55 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Champion inclusivity: A look inside the insidious world of AI with Albert Myles
Albert Myles is a Knowledge Program Manager in customer content services. His passion and curiosity in technology have led him to explore Artificial Intelligence (AI). Albert is eager to expand the horizons of his own understanding. His work depends on sharing knowledge driven by data! For Albert, as a knowledge Program Manager, the current path of AI has raised concerns. There are large gaps in data sources this AI depends on. With so much incomplete data, applied AI can have deadly consequences. Encouraged by the potential, Albert explains there is danger lurking if we continue on the path of unchecked AI development:The inevitability of technological unemploymentThe harm of homogenous creators: Who controls the creation of AI? Are the creators of AI leading us toward a path of mutually assured destruction?Let's stop unthinking! How do we turn these growing pains into wins?Albert brings compelling evidence and experience to understand Artificial Intelligence. He advocates for AI when developers are creating a good tool. Myles says, "AI can do amazing things we need to find the balance before we let it go."Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebossybees)
52 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Is Failing Forward More Than an Act of Bravery?
Joining us on this week's podcast to discuss the many ways of failing forward is Eva Ogden! Failure is a tool for personal success. We discuss the many ways in which we have failed. How, as leaders we can help others learn from failure. Looking at how failure plays a role in culture change. Learning to fail is not an act of bravery but rather a work of progress to build confidence to fail forward.In today's episode we are talking about:How do we handle and react to failure?Encouraging others around us to fail by showing up as our authentic selves. Supporting an environment of psychological safety that allows others to feel supported.Growing out of the discomfort of failure. Adopting a growth mindset to view shortcomings as steps that lead to achieve success.Failure as a tool to find success in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) work and efforts.How to lead culture change on your teams.Making ""failure a positive part of your identity5 Steps to make failure one of the most useful tools in your bag to find successSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebossybees)
45 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
Why We Need Equity Before Birth
It is an honor to have Joy Spencer join us for this podcast episode. She is fresh off the stage from a Testimony before Congress and inspiring us at every turn. Joy is the Executive Director at Equity Before Birth. A non-profit dedicated to saving the lives of Black birthing people and their infants. They strive to improve health outcomes through access to critical services and support. Joy is a fierce advocate for marginalized people. She relies on her background, lived experience, and parental guidance. You can find her in community meetings and on the floor of congress advocating for others. In today’s episode, we are looking at the state of maternal/infant healthcare and childcare as an essential service to Americans. Joy is helping us understand the disparities experienced by black birthing people. The data also points to dangerous and fatal outcomes for babies before they even arrive! The trends continue into early childhood. This is a life-and-death situation for many citizens. Our work and understanding are critical as part of building better infrastructure.Leveraging lived experience to inform better policy and recommendations to achieve better outcomes in advocacy work.How the pandemic shed a light on the disparities for marginalized communities in maternal and infant healthcare - especially for black birthing peoples.The current state and ranking of maternal and infant health and childcare in the United States.Review the statistics and data that show inequality and its dangerous outcomes in the everyday lives of birthing people, mothers, infants, and children. How do maternal, infant, and child healthcare and childcare impact our communities and workplaces?The importance of stable and robust national childcare infrastructure.The various methods and tools you can use to advocate for yourself (and marginalized birthing persons in general) when you know you are an at-risk population.Ways you, as an ally and advocate, can better support and show up for black mothers and birthing peoples in your community and workplaces. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebossybees)
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