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August 25, 2023/News

A New Contract for Artists in the Age of Generative AI

So far, artist concerns over Generative AI has been tackled as a copyright issue, but Siegel’s Research Advisor for Emerging Technology, Eryk Salvaggio, suggests it is an opportunity to ask bigger questions about data rights.

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July 1, 2023/News

Op-Ed: AI: It’s not magic; it’s computer science

In order to prepare students for the world they are set to enter, our education systems ought to prioritize teaching AI, rather than banning it. Thankfully, we already have much of the curriculum in place to do so. Our Executive Director Katy Knight, explains that while AI may seem like magic, it actually rests on skills that CS educators have taught for decades.

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June 26, 2023/News

Event Recap: JFF Horizons 2023

Our focus on innovative finance options and work-based learning programs stems from our commitment to creating an equitable innovation economy, one that enables all people and their communities to achieve economic prosperity. It’s with this frame that members of our team attended Jobs for the Future’s (JFF) Horizons conference last week.

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June 19, 2023/News

Op-Ed: Let’s Use This Juneteenth to Focus On Narrowing Racial Housing Gaps

Low rates of homeownership mean Black households lack a tremendous source of wealth generation that could allow them to enter competitive fields like real estate. And without enough diverse developers with proximity to the challenges facing urban and low-income neighborhoods, it’s no surprise there continues to be a lack of affordable and accessible housing within these communities.

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June 13, 2023/News, Research

Siegel Launches Research Advisory Council

We are thrilled to launch a high level Research Advisory Council composed of leaders of research groups and experts working at the intersection of technology, social sciences, and its impact on society

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May 11, 2023/News

Siegel in Forbes: If we want public interest AI, we’re doing it wrong

If we want AI to be anchored in the public interest – designed to serve all citizens – we’re doing it wrong. To truly capitalize on all that generative AI is capable of across communities, we must take the following steps.

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May 8, 2023/News

Op-Ed: It’s Time to Make Working In Schools One of the Most Desirable Career Paths

Katy Knight’s Op-Ed in The 74: This Teacher Appreciation Week is the moment to focus on improving the profession to meet — even exceed — the standards of today’s workforce

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May 1, 2023/News

Event Recap: ASU+GSV 2023

Leaders from Siegel reflect on their experiences and takeaways from this year’s ASU+GSV Summit

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March 31, 2023/News

Katy Knight accepted into Forbes Nonprofit Council

Katy Knight, President and Executive Director of Siegel Family Endowment, has been accepted into Forbes Nonprofit Council, an invitation-only community for chief executives in successful nonprofit organizations.

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March 14, 2023/News

Highlights from our trip to SXSW EDU 2023

Our team had an incredible few days at SXSW EDU of learning, connecting with education leaders, and designing what’s possible for the future of schools and learning. Here are a few highlights.

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March 3, 2023/From Our Grantees, News

Breaking the Glass Bottleneck: The Economic Potential of Black and Hispanic Real Estate Developers and the Constraints They Face

Grove Impact and ICIC, with funding from Siegel Family Endowment, release new report demonstrating the economic potential of increasing diversity in real estate development. Report estimates removing constraints facing Black and Hispanic developers could address long standing racial wealth and housing gaps 

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