The 5 Competencies the Impact Sector Needs for the AI Revolution

On both a sector level and an individual one, we have work to do.

Why It Matters

In order to create a future where artificial intelligence helps us create lasting social impact, the social sector needs to catch up. In this final article in James Stauch and Alina Turner’s series on AI and social impact, we explore the five competencies needed in order to successfully realize that future.

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