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Technology Industry Diversity, Equality and Inclusion: Progress Report

How is the technology industry addressing workforce diversity, equality & inclusion? Latest updates involving Cisco Systems, Intel, channel diversity, Ernst & Young & more.

Artificial Intelligence & Facial Recognition: Regulations & Privacy Issues Updates

Should artificial intelligence & facial recognition technology be regulated? Here are AI perspectives from Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Portland, the United States, European Union & more.

Best Buy Taps Accenture for Digital Transformation, Diversity Initiatives

Accenture wins five-year deal to help drive Best Buy’s technology strategy, delivery, operations and diversity hiring.

IBM, HP Partner with HBCUs to Drive Diversity and Inclusion

IBM & HP each partner with HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) to encourage students to pursue business and tech careers.

Measuring and Addressing Lack of Diversity in the Technology Channel

Fewer than 2% of technology channel chiefs & channel leaders are Black, research from Dave Sobel finds. To achieve diversity & inclusion you need to study & act on the data, Sobel asserts.

Accenture Seeks to Support Black Tech Entrepreneurs

Accenture’s Black Founders Development Program will invest in and support Black technology startup founders and entrepreneurs.

Consequences of AI: The Good, the Bad, the Ethically Responsible

Trying to build an ethical AI framework in your business? Avanade’s Chris McClean explains why it’s necessary and how to do it.

Aryaka CEO Matt Carter: The ChannelE2E Interview

Aryaka CEO Matt Carter describes the role businesses of all sizes can play in addressing inclusion, diversity, equality and the end to racism in America.

Cisco’s New Purpose: Power an Inclusive Future for All

Cisco builds four pillars — Families & Community, Research & Resilience, Emerging Technologies & Incubation, and Strategic Recovery — to address global inclusion efforts, CEO Chuck Robbins says.

You Can’t Fire Employees For Being LGBTQ, Supreme Court Rules

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 should be read to cover sexual orientation as well, according to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling issued June 15. Translation: You can’t fire employees for being LGBTQ.