Science and technology is wonderful magic. The world needs more prolific women to pursue careers in STEM. Some of the greatest pioneers have been female, from Ada Lovelace to Grace Hopper. Women can engage global stakeholders to ensure that AI and new technologies are used only for good. There will always be those that want to use tech for unethical or destructive purposes and women can be developed to take care of disaster. Collaboration, and open and transparent discussion are imperative.
Currently, the cohort of those developing AI are not representative of all. Racial and gender biases are already evident in some AI, and the proportion of women entering in STEM education remains low at less than 20% worldwide.
The factors promoting the underrepresentation of girls and women in the STEM talent pipeline often begins early in their education. Technology can help build equity into STEM education. Promotion of STEM pipeline persistence for females into an AI driven recommender system to deliver personalized learning plans can capitalize on the unique motivations of each learner.
Learning programme should be initiated to educate under-represented communities and sectors of society in STEM education. Nepal government has initiated programs on STEM, however, the implementation is poor specially in rural areas. Government and concerned stakeholders should create equitable and safe AI that is developed by every person alive today — of every minority, every race, and every gender — as opposed to just a privileged and affluent few.
AI and large language models will revolutionize our daily lives and drive irreversible changes in society.
As artificial intelligence reshapes society, experts agree that rules will be essential. Around the world, lawmakers are already working on them. But what should these rules look like specially in the context of Nepal? Can women play lead role in engaging concerned stakeholders in implementing regulatory framework and robust legal system driving AI and Cyber Security areas.
AI and large language models will revolutionize our daily lives and drive irreversible changes in society.
Experimentation EU act is thorough in experimentation. AI is
Inclusive/ Technology optimizes however should be for greater good for the mass specially for weaker section. It should reflect the values for society. People are afraid of technical things however they should be made aware of simplicity.
People always thought AI as Robots replacing manual labor but these are tools much more efficient cognitive tool making manual labor intensive painful administrative tasks much easier. History of technology patterns repeats itself. Technology adds value. It tends to get cheaper and easier to use and spreads far and wide making life better and more efficient . AI will help create radically cheaper food and energy. So AI is already spreading at exponential rate. It enhances people's ability to make predictions and understand information
Government should work on Behavior policy and Governance policy
Use that information to create . Currently AI is driven by fear. There are bad actors who want to create Chios in the society. We have to confront these mis information actors. Accurate and reliable information??? Destabilizing too. New threats. Safety measures?? Data train AI has integrity bias free business thinking
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The critical issues or questions to explore include:

  • How can these technologies be used to improve service delivery in the HD sectors and other contributing sectors that help build human capital (agriculture etc.)? In particular, how can these technologies be deployed in a federal context where local levels have limited knowledge, capacity, infrastructure, etc.?
  • What do they mean for the world of work and for building capacity to adapt technologies and innovate in Nepal’s context, especially in the context of climate change and building back greener and better?
  • How will voice, agency and empowerment be ensured for women, poor and marginalized communities, in the face of technological dominance by a few actors? These and other topics will be discussed during these facilitated workshops with targeted audiences.