Beyond the AI Black Box: Links to Articles and Excerpts From Interview With Charlotte Tschider
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by Camilla Hrdy
1M ago
Maybe others are in the same boat. Until ChatGPT took the world by storm, I didn't have specific plans to write about AI at a granular level. Now my students and in-laws are asking about it. I have to write essays explaining how AI affects my work. The cases are cropping up. For others seeking to write about AI, and especially generative AI, I am sharing links to some articles I found helpful for understanding basic issues, as well as excerpts from an interview I did with Professor Charlotte Tschider, where I asked her questions about AI that she patiently answered. Links to reading ..read more
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Guest post by Gugliuzza, Goodman & Rebouché: Inequality and Intersectionality at the Federal Circuit
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
2M ago
Guest post: Paul Gugliuzza is a Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, Jordana R. Goodman is an Assistant Professor of Law at Chicago-Kent College of Law and an innovator in residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Rachel Rebouché is the Dean and the Peter J. Liacouras Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law. This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the init ..read more
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Guest post by Heath, Seegert, & Yang: Open-Source Innovation and Team Diversity
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
2M ago
Guest post by Davidson Heath, Assistant Professor of Finance, Nathan Seegert, Associate Professor of Finance, and Jeffrey Yang. All authors are with the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business. This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. Diversity in innovation is essential. Varied perspectives, experiences, and skills foster creativity and problem-solving. Diverse teams ..read more
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Guest Post by Paola Cecchi Dimeglio: An Invitation to Inclusive Innovation
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
5M ago
Guest post by Dr. Paola Cecchi Dimeglio, Chair of the Executive Leadership Research Initiative for Women and Minorities Attorneys at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. Virtual reality, AI chatbots, and other emerging technologies are fueling a drive to innovate, improve, and patent new products and services that are incl ..read more
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Guest Post by Jordana Goodman: Unseen Contributors: Rethinking Attribution in Legal Practices for Equity and Inclusion
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
5M ago
Guest Post by Jordana R. Goodman, Assistant Professor at Chico-Kent College of Law This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. According to the National Association for Law Placement, female equity partners in law firms comprised about 23% of the total equity partner population in the United States in 2022.  Women made up more than half of all summer associates and have done s ..read more
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Guest Post by Suzanne Harrison: Diversity Pledge: Boosting Innovation and Competitiveness
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
6M ago
Guest post by Suzanne Harrison, Chair of the Patent Public Advisory Committee (PPAC) at the USPTO. This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. In July 2021, the USIPA hosted a DEI in innovation conference and launched The Diversity Pledge, alongside 30 founding Pledgee companies who agreed to increase the participation of under-represented inventors (URIs) in their own firms ..read more
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Guest Post by Professors Aneja, Subramani, and Reshef: Why Do Women Face Challenges in the Patent Process?
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
6M ago
Guest post by Abhay Aneja, Assistant Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley, Diversity Pilots Initiative Researcher, Gauri Subramani, Assistant Professor in the Department of Management, College of Business, Lehigh University and Diversity Pilots Initiative Researcher, and Oren Reshef, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Washington University in St. Louis This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are av ..read more
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Guest Post by Prof. Koffi: A Gender Gap in Commercializing Scientific Discoveries
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
8M ago
Guest post by Marlene Koffi, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Toronto and NBER Faculty Research Fellow. This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. Diversity and inclusion in science and commercialization are integral to innovation, societal and economic growth. While progress has been made in increasing representation and inclusivity in STEM, there are complex factors at play tha ..read more
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Guest Post: Closing the Gender Innovation Gap with Guided Inventor Sessions
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
8M ago
By: Kevin Ahlstrom, Associate General Counsel, Patents, Meta  (This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here.) Guided invention sessions not only increase idea submission rates but also transform individuals' perception of themselves as inventors. By creating a supportive environment and equipping participants with the necessary tools, these sessions pave the way for gender eq ..read more
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Guest Post: How We Can Bridge the Innovation Gap
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by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
9M ago
By: W. Keith Robinson, Professor of Law, Faculty Director for Intellectual Property, Technology, Business, and Innovation, Wake Forest University School of Law. Watch his video proposing a Law and Technology Pipeline Consortium. This post is part of a series by the Diversity Pilots Initiative, which advances inclusive innovation through rigorous research. The first blog in the series is here, and resources from the first conference of the initiative are available here. The patent system is a foundational part of the United States’ innovation ecosystem. The country created a national patent s ..read more
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