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Quantifying which practices bring diversity in the workplace | Paolo Gaudiano | TEDxFultonStreet

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Paolo Gaudiano, CEO of Aleria, Executive Director of QSDI, demonstrates through simulations what it means for an organization to be "color blind" or to engage in various inclusivity practices. The first formal study of its kind, this research provides valuable insight for employers. Paolo Gaudiano, PhD, is Founder and CEO of Aleria, a cloud-based platform that helps organizations plan, execute and measure the impact of Diversity & Inclusion initiatives. He is also the Executive Director of Quantitative Studies of Diversity and Inclusion (QSDI) at the City College of New York. Paolo began his career in academia at Boston University in 1991, where he reached the level of tenured Associate Professor, teaching and doing research on computational neuroscience, robotics and machine learning. In 1999 he became Chief Scientist of Artificial Life, a company that applied machine learning to a variety of Internet usage and navigation problems. In 2001 Paolo joined Icosystem Corporation, the applied R&D company from which Aleria was spun out in 2017. In his role as President and CTO, Paolo oversaw strategy, business development, research and software efforts to solve complex business and technology problems for leading corporations, government agencies, and foundations. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Yasemin Gümüş (9 months ago)
Yabancı dille konuşulan videolara altyazı koyun
A Life of Serendipity (9 months ago)
When you speak too quickly, you appear untrustworthy. You may have made valid points, but we are humans, and not a computer. Speak to be understood...not to prove your point.
Gus thekiller (9 months ago)
Meritocrasy should be the rule diversity is racism
haute03 (17 days ago)
Meritocracy* is never going to work in an unequal, unjust society.
Nalia Kudami (9 months ago)
He still didn't state which of the 4 companies is the best
Reg Eric (9 months ago)
Still dont buy it.
Sick Tunage (9 months ago)
First comment
Sick Tunage (9 months ago)
Early squad

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