Welcome to DataEthics4All

Raising the next gen of Ethics 1stᵀᴹ Tech Champions! Join Us in building a better Data and AI World!

The Problem:

Today, Technology is incubated and developed in a homogeneous environment. 

The people who are building today’s technology do not share the same lived experiences of many of its users. 

Not only does it widen the existing disparities in society; it amplifies it. 

Minorities and communities of color do not have a pathway into the tech sector. 

They do not have representation or access to a seat at the table. 

This in turn compounds the problem of racially biased data as well as racially biased technologies.

The problem of racial bias and lack of inclusion in tech is not simple, it is multi-fold. 

A lack of diversity in tech does not have its roots at the employment stage. 

It starts at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. 

Then it branches out to mentoring and networking opportunities throughout college and beyond. 

At each level, the problem has multiple layers, but they all have one thing in common: lack of access. 

Access to STEM knowledge. Access to mentors, peers, and networking opportunities from a dedicated community of leaders willing to invest in their best interests.

Here's the data to support:

  1. Black and Hispanic workers remain underrepresented in the STEM Workforce today

  2. Representation of Women in STEM varies across Job clusters

  3. Women in STEM earn less than their male counterparts across all racial and ethnic groups

  4. Sizeable Pay Gaps among STEM workers by Gender, Race and Ethnicity remain

  5. Women are underrepresented among graduates in Math, Physical Science, Engineering, and Computer Science

  6. Half of Americans don't pursue STEM degrees because of the difficulty of the subjects

  7. Barriers to STEM Education are Cost, Time and Interest


1. Black and Hispanic workers remain underrepresented in the STEM Workforce today



2. Representation of Women in STEM varies across Job clusters



3. Women in STEM earn less than their male counterparts across all racial and ethnic groups



4. Sizeable Pay Gaps among STEM workers by Gender, Race and Ethnicity remain



5. Women are underrepresented among graduates in Math, Physical Science, Engineering, and Computer Science



6. Half of Americans don't pursue STEM degrees because of the difficulty of the subjects



7. Barriers to STEM Education are Cost, Time and Interest

The Solution:

A multi-pathway program to break barriers and promote cognitive diversity through peer to peer support with a bottoms-up approach from classroom to conferences. We provide Education, Mentoring, Global Peer Network from high school to early/mid-career professionals.

Introducing DataEthics4All's STEAM in AI Movement



The traditional definition of STEAM means Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.

DataEthics4All's definition of STEAM also includes Sociology, Technical Education, Ethics, Analytics and Mentoring!

Today, there exist many new linear as well as non-linear STEAM career paths that we'd like our students to be aware of and be able to take advantage of by choosing a career in STEAM whether or not Math, Science or Coding are their biggest passions.

AI is going to be used in every Industry in the future from healthcare to construction and everything in between.

DataEthics4All believes that combining the traditional with this new definition of STEAM will bring the much needed STEAM in AIᵀᴹ to break barriers of entry in tech for the economically disadvantaged, people of color and girls!!

DataEthics4All's STEAM in AI Program supports 8 UN Sustainability Goals: No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Reduced Inequalities, and Partnerships for the Goals.


Three STEAM in AI Initiatives for bigger impact:


1. STEAM in AI Clubs and Chapters

Students in High School interested in tech leadership and creating an impact can Start a STEAM in AI Club at their High School or a Chapter in their Region.

Club and Chapter Officers get a seat on the DataEthics4All’s AI Youth Council and meet Peer Club Officers across the Globe. 

(The DataEthics4All’s AI Youth Council is the World’s first Council focused on AI and Tech Ethics for Youth Leaders.)

They not only gain Leadership experience as a Club or Chapter Officer but also earn Volunteer Hours for their Community Service counted towards the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (if eligible).


Youth tech leaders get to bring Data and Artificial Intelligence Curriculum + Certification to their Peers through On-Demand STEAM in AI courses in our Ethics 1st Institute.


2. STEAM in AI College Prep Program

DataEthics4Allᵀᴹ's STEAM in AIᵀᴹ College Prep Research and Buildᵀᴹ Program helps provide Experiential Learning and Career Mentoring to High School Students by Ph.D. Students in the fields of Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and STEAM that they’d perhaps pursue as a career.


Enroll in the STEAM in AI College Prep Program to gain experiential learning in STEAM and AI through a Research or a Build project in HealthTech, EduTech, ConstructionTech, AgroTech, FinTech, PolicyTech and more.



3. DataEthics4All STEAM in AI Community


A Community for Data and AI Global Leaders and Professionals, STEAM Educators, Parents of High School Students, High School Leaders, Students interested in exploring STEAM and AI Careers, College Students interested in Mentoring their younger generation, Companies and Organizations leading Change.

Sign up to be a Mentor

Join forces as a Partner Organization


The DataEthics4All's STEAM in AI Movement is tackling all 7 Challenges mentioned above head on helping Students create an interest in STEAM, increasing their chances of getting into their dream college by giving them an opportunity to showcase real STEAM Project experience, published research, leadership, Presidential Volunteer Service Award and great recommendations from Mentors.


DataEthics4All's STEAM in AI Movement is Paving a Path to Success by Bridging the Data, AI and Ethics Literacy Gap to Raise the next generation of Ethics 1st Tech Champions!!

We're developing a better, more equitable, diverse and inclusive future workforce. 


Come, Join Us!!


Why Join DataEthics4All?

Come Join a Community of World Leaders at the Intersection of Technology, Data, Ethics, Policy & Social Impact.

Together we're building a stronger, more Equitable Society, rich in Culture, Race and Ethnicity with Tech having it's rightful place and used for Social Good.


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Why we built DataEthics4All and What can this Community do for You?

We created the DataEthics4All STEAM in AI Community to bring together World Leaders at the Intersection of Technology, Data, Ethics, Policy & Social Impact.

Sneek Peek at the DataEthics4All's STEAM in AI Community





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Some of Our Initiatives, On Demand Courses & Events


We’re breaking barriers of entry in Tech for the economically disadvantaged, girls, women, people of color and building an inclusive, diverse and equitable future workforce.

We’re bridging the Data, AI, Ethics Literacy Gap while raising the next generation of Ethics 1st Tech Champions!!


Join The DataEthics4All's STEAM in AIᵀᴹ Movement

 

Raising the next gen of Ethics 1stᵀᴹ Tech Champions! Join Us in building a better Data and AI World!    


A Community for Data and AI Global Leaders and Professionals, STEAM Educators, Parents of High School Students, High School Leaders, Students interested in exploring STEAM and AI Careers, College Students interested in Mentoring their younger generation, Companies and Organizations leading Change.


Come, Join Us

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