Women in AI - Emma Gilpin in the Spotlight

For our new Spotlight, we’d like to introduce Emma Gilpin, an experienced designer from South Africa with a passion for gamification and AI! Emma has made significant contributions to the creative industry by integrating AI into UX workflow, making creative’s lives easier and more productive.

Women in AI - Garima Gupta in the Spotlight

We're excited to introduce Garima Gupta, a transformation champion and AI diversity leader! With over 18 years in the corporate world, Garima has made significant strides in organizational restructuring, innovation, and operational excellence using AI and data analytics. Garima's innovative approach combines GenAI, Blockchain, Web3, and AI to create transformative solutions across various sectors.

Women in AI - Niya Stoimenova in the Spotlight

Niya Stoimenova is a trailblazer making waves in the field of AI. With a PhD from TU Delft focused on common-sense reasoning, Niya now leads DEUS.ai's efforts in Responsible AI & Strategic Foresight. Niya's groundbreaking research on abductive reasoning and AI alignment is pivotal in creating more ethical and reliable AI systems. Discover how Niya drives meaningful AI development and advocates for diverse, independent research.

Women in AI - Bettina Wittmann in the Spotlight

Meet Bettina Wittmann, a preeminent strategist in digital marketing who aims to shape the minds of the next generation of AI leaders through her groundbreaking, award-winning course.

The most recent Women in AI Circle event in Den Haag buzzed with conversation on a topic both timely and complex: navigating the ever-shifting landscape of AI within the realm of government. The event featured Elja Daae, Data, AI & Algorithms Coordinator at the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, and Monika Milanović, Legal Policy Officer at the same ministry.

Women in AI - Willy Tadema in the Spotlight

Meet Willy Tadema, an AI ethics lead and civil servant. Willy tries to contribute to this from within the government, while looking outward. She does this not with a theoretical, but a practical view. Read her story.

Women in AI at TNW Conference - VivienneMing

“How often is AI detecting an early stage of cancer and saving someone’s life? And how often is it used to generate useless images?” Theoretical neuroscientist and AI expert Dr. Vivienne Ming believes that a lot of technology today is built with the idea of being shallow. Technology can be part of creating a better world. During TNW Conference we tried to find if and how AI can be used for the greater good.

Women in AI -Samar Morshedi in the Spotlight

Meet Samar Morshedi, Head of Sales and Customer Success at AI scaleup Pera. Pera revolutionizes talent identification/recruitment with innovative approaches based on language analysis & pattern recognition, which promotes an inclusive workforce.

During our Rotterdam Circle event we had the pleasure of hearing from two influential voices in the field of data ethics and technology: Piek Knijff, a philosopher and data ethicist, and Anita de Waard, a renowned researcher and academic.

During our Eindhoven Circle we welcomed a diverse audience including CTOs, researchers, founders, and marketers. Philipp Werle provided insights into the history of the High Tech Campus Eindhoven and the goals of the AI Innovation Center. One of the highlights of the evening was our interactive card game.