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Time To Act

Inclusion In Technology By 2030

Season 1, Ep. 3

At the helm of Intel Corporation’s diversity and inclusion strategy, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Barbara Whye is already leading the charge on corporate responsibility initiatives — such as the RISE campaign, AI for Youth, and the Global Inclusion Index — that are integral to Intel’s next decade of innovation. Host Y-Vonne Hutchinson explores her own vision of what inclusion in technology should look like by the year 2030 and the fundamental steps Intel is taking to get there.

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