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While it's still early days for AI in the social impact space, we're at the genesis of witnessing the potential for AI to support every aspect of our work from field programs (health, education, poverty alleviation, conservancy) to driving digital transformation within the organizations by helping us improve processes, create efficiencies, and increase reach and effectiveness.
In this session, you'll have the opportunity to hear from two NetHope members about the practical implementations of AI in their work, including lessons learned across all stages of the processfrom how to frame a problem for AI, how to get your data in order, how to resource teams, and how have the right processes in place.
Note that this content was originally presented at the recent NetHope Global Summit, and due to the popular demand, we're bringing it to the NetHope community via this webinar.
Please review these resources before attending this webinar:
Leila Toplic, Lead for Emerging Technologies, NetHope
Michael Scholtens, Program Associate, The Carter Center
Bo Percival, Innovation Lead for Skills and Opportunities for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship, Plan International