Why Nonprofits Should Focus On Disruption
2020 was a very challenging year filled with uncertainty that was amplified by a lack of in-person social interactions and a series of rapid changes. Such a difficult time presented the need for support in many contexts: for front-line and healthcare workers, remote employees, students taking on distance learning, the general public concerned about the pandemic and so on.
What Nonprofits Stand To Gain From Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence is not a new technology. In 1956, it was defined by John McCarthy, a Stanford professor for more than three decades, as the “science and engineering of making intelligent machines.” AI is when machines learn from human intelligence in order to automate repetitive tasks, augment cognitive capacities and facilitate the decision-making process.