Challenges for Women in Artificial Intelligence: Promoting Gender Equality and Inclusivity

  • Dr. Meenakshi Punia
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  • Dr. Meenakshi Punia

    Assistant Professor at Sardar Patel University of Police Security and Criminal Justice Jodhpur, India

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The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in various domains has the potential to reshape our societies and economies. However, the role of women in this rapidly advancing field remains underrepresented and poses unique challenges. This paper explores the intersection of women and AI, focusing on the opportunities, barriers, and implications for gender equality. The paper begins by examining the underrepresentation of women in AI-related fields, discussing the factors contributing to this gender gap, such as societal stereotypes, biases in recruitment and promotion processes, and limited access to educational and career opportunities. It highlights the importance of diverse perspectives and the need for increased representation of women in AI development and decision-making processes. Furthermore, the paper delves into the potential impact of AI on gender dynamics, discussing concerns related to algorithmic bias, gender-based discrimination in AI systems, and the perpetuation of societal inequalities. It emphasizes the importance of ethical considerations and inclusive approaches to AI development that address and mitigate these biases.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 3252 - 3262


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