In this Q&A episode of Season 3 of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast, host Daralyse Lyons is joined by co-hosts Zack James and Azaria Keys as they explore the lessons learned in last week's podcast, Moving Beyond Biases: A Technological Approach. This episode delves more deeply into the issues raised about how technology can be biased, and/or create biased outcomes. Then, Daralyse sits down with legal expert Liz Brown as the two explore issues regarding technology and privacy laws within the workplace.
In this episode, you will learn about:
* How tech itself may or may not be biased, but the uses of tech can be, whether consciously or otherwise.
* How tech is developed by people who have their own sets of biases, and how these biases can translate to the technology itself.
* How data and information may not be protected, based on the state you live in.
* The importance of employees asking the right questions of their company's General Council and Human Resource teams in understanding how customer data is used.
* How intersectionality comes into play in determining someone's access to and adoption of technology over time.
Our guest expert this episode is:
Liz Brown - Liz is a nationally recognized expert on career choice and reinvention. She's the author of the Amazon bestseller Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the JD You Have and Learn to Leave the Law. And she's an Assistant Professor of Business Law at Bentley. Liz has practiced law in San Francisco, London and Boston, she's advised senior executives at Fortune 500 companies on legal strategies and she's managed multi-million dollar cases as a litigation partner from beginning to end, and one of her major interests these days is looking at. technology bias and FemTech.
Azaria Keys - Azaria is the Assistant Director of the Fox School of Business' Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture (CEDWC). Her work is driven by her passion to advocate for others and transform workplaces to be more inclusive and equitable.
Zack James - Zack is the marketing arm of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast and is a graduate of Temple University's School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). Zack is a self-described go-giver and DEI advocate with a passion for service and making a difference across organizations.
Daralyse Lyons - Daralyse is the host of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast as well as the author of Demystifying Diversity: Embracing Our Shared Humanity. She is a speaker, a consultant, a journalist, and a full-time DEI strategist.
Resources this episode include:
The Social Dilemma on Netflix
Coded Bias on Netflix
To get in contact with this episode's guest, Liz Brown, email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Leave the Law by Liz Brown and Amy Impellizzeri
Life After Law by Liz Brown
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