IPsoft Launches Initiative to Promote Women in AI

By Karolina Malota, Analyst & Advocacy Coordinator
March 5, 2020 • 2 minute read

IPsoft’s Women in AI project recognizes the contributions of women in technology, and how the industry as a whole must support the next generation of female leaders.

March 8th is International Women’s Day, when we celebrate women´s achievements and contributions in our communities, societies and the world. To mark this event and foster greater interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers, IPsoft is introducing a new initiative: Women in AI.

Women in AI recognizes the contributions of women in technology, and how the industry as a whole must support the next generation of female leaders. As the recognized leader in enterprise AI, IPsoft has a natural role to play in promoting the ongoing, vital contributions of women throughout the AI industry.

Starting this week and running throughout the spring, IPsoft will regularly highlight and profile female pioneers in the STEM fields and AI. By reading their groundbreaking stories, we hope other women will be inspired to investigate how they can contribute to the AI revolution and the Future of Work.

With our initiative, we want to highlight the far-reaching and innovative work, as well as the brilliant minds, of some amazing women around the world.

— Marie Angselius-Schönbeck, IPsoft's Head of Corporate Communications and Founder of the company's Women in AI initiative

“As numerous studies show, there is a lack of female role models in STEM, and the World Economic Forum regularly insists that this situation must change. The Women in AI program is a first collective step to band together females from fifteen countries, and encourage more females to write the next chapters in technology, history and innovation. With our initiative, we want to highlight the far-reaching and innovative work, as well as the brilliant minds, of some amazing women around the world,” said Marie Angselius-Schönbeck, Head of Corporate Communications at IPsoft and founder of the Women in AI initiative.

Discover how pioneering executives are implementing AI within their organizations and mapping out a future for women in STEM careers here. If you would like to participate in the program or refer a female role model for the program, please e-mail me at [email protected].

You can also follow our social channels with posts associated with this program under the hashtag #WomenInAI:

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