Google and Facebook are monopolies. Does it matter? Feat. Sally Hubbard

In this episode of Innovation For All, Sheana Ahlqvist speaks with Sally Hubbard, antitrust expert and investigative journalist at The Capitol Forum. Learn whether giant tech companies are building monopolies (spoiler alert: they are) and why that unfair advantage matters.

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In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What is Antitrust law?
  • Is fake news an antitrust problem?
  • How monopolies amplify inequality
  • What would it look like to unmonopolize big tech companies?

As an antitrust expert and investigative journalist, Sally Hubbard has forged a successful career specializing in tech platforms, competition and regulatory risk. Currently leading The Capitol Forum’s coverage of monopolization issues, Sally’s expertise in antitrust and tech giants, including Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, yields predictive analysis of regulatory outcomes. Sally founded and hosts Women Killing It!, a podcast series that interviews career rockstars to find out what has worked for them, how they got where they are today, and what they wish they knew sooner.

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Be brave, get paid: How women can earn more $ through negotiation, feat. Kathlyn Hart

Does the thought of negotiating terrify you? It could be costing you tens of thousands of dollars. In this episode of Innovation For All, Sheana Ahlqvist speaks with Kathlyn Hart, salary negotiation coach and founder of the Be Brave Get Paid salary bootcamp for millennial women.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What are the biggest mistakes women make in salary negotiations?
  • How do you balance salary vs. non-monetary benefits like vacation?
  • Are the rules different for consultants?

Through her salary negotiation bootcamp “Be Brave Get Paid,” which has helped women increase their income by an average of $15,000, she teaches underpaid ambitious women how to confidently own their worth and ask for more.

Kathlyn is also the host of The Big Leap Show podcast, where she interviews entrepreneurial women about their journey from dreaming to doing. The podcast was featured on iTunes “New and Noteworthy,” and was named “Top 5 Women Podcasts You Must Listen” by Huffington Post.

Kathlyn’s teachings on career, courage, and business have been featured in publications such as Business Insider, Forbes, Bustle, The Muse, Learnvest, Hello Giggles, and Popsugar.

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Kathlyn Hart Website: www.kathlynhart.com
Be Brave Get Paid: www.bebravegetpaid.com
The Big Leap Show Podcast: www.kathlynhart.com/podcast

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathlynhart/

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When Are “Fair” Algorithms Better Than Accurate Ones? with Osonde Osoba

Artificial Intelligence continues to penetrate our lives. As it does so, we should be wary of its ethical and social implications.

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Osonde Osoba, an engineer at the RAND Corporation and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School, joins Sheana Ahlqvist in today’s episode of Innovation For All Podcast to talk about fairness in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. AI has the ability to seriously impact our lives, which is why Osonde is pushing for systems that are accurate, unbiased, and flexible.

Discover what areas we should be wary when handing over the decision-making to AI’s, why this isn’t just a technical issue, but also political, and who should we put in charge of these systems. Learn also the importance of accountability, ethics, privacy, and regulation in AI systems.

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

  • The difference between Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
  • Should AI systems intentionally be made to ‘align with our comfort’?
  • What roles do the legislators, policy makers, etc. do?
  • Strategies to protect Data Privacy in AI and ML models
  • Regulatory rules between the developers and the users
  • If technology changes so rapidly, how can regulators keep up?
  • How can we build accountability into AI & ML?

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The 80/20 rule hurts everything from education to self-driving cars featuring Dr. Jutta Treviranus

In this episode of Innovation for All, host Sheana Ahlqvist talks to Dr. Jutta Treviranus, Director of the Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCAD University in Toronto. Dr. Treviranus explains how traditional approaches to business, design practices, and research can results in suboptimal or unfair systems. They discuss what inclusive design is, why it is so important, and how we can design systems that accommodate everyone.

Dr. Treviranus also reimagines the future of education. They cover her efforts to incorporate inclusivity into the current change-resistant educational system, her “Unlearning and Questioning” course, and her most recent project: developing a lab school for inclusive life-long learning.

YOU’LL LEARN:

• How to use AR to combine real data with simulated data to create and experience new, imagined futures
• What is the Pareto Principle (80/20 Principle)?
• What are the real world consequences of ignoring the “20%”?
• What is the Cobra Effect?

Find Jutta on Twitter as @juttatervira