While diversity and inclusion have been some of the hottest buzzwords in Silicon Valley for the past few years, many believe the industry is still floundering. The progress towards an inclusive workforce is slow and arduous. There are no quick fixes or shortcuts; making actionable ideas into an equitable reality requires us to analyze not only how we treat our current colleagues, but how companies hire them, from job post to offer.
It’s been a month since I joined the Atipica team. Having just come from an experience with workplace toxicity that left me a little terrified of tech and all the connotations that came with it, I came in not knowing what to expect. Here are my thoughts on Atipica, split up into the three topics that have made my time here distinct and memorable: the product, the people, and the prospects.
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” — Albert Einstein At Atipica, we are constantly thinking about the biases of our world — from our… Read more “Models of Change: Our Quest to Build Inclusive AI in the Future of Work.”
Gender inequity is an important topic in the tech industry. Despite its importance, well-designed studies, based on rich data are scarce in the public domain. Within firms,… Read more “A Framework to Assess Gender Inequity in Hiring using Data”
Written by Prasanna Parasurama and originally published on Medium. Special thanks to Vaibhav Pahwa and Rubi Sanchez-Castro. The fruits of innovation in machine learning have barely reached… Read more “Hidden Diamonds: Using Skill Mapper to Find Compatible Talent”