Eri O'Diah is the founder of SIID™ Technologies, which applies big data and emerging technologies to evaluate, uncover, and correct the influence of unconscious human biases on decision-making and communication. Eri has a rare combination of technical expertise paired with a decade of experience using artificial intelligence (AI) technology in media and marketing. Her professional and entrepreneurial experience is built upon a strong technical foundation in software development gained through a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) training — She seeks to understand how AI and other emerging technologies can be leveraged to reduce the impact of unconscious bias on marginalized groups and communities.
Eri is a Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) and TechnovationMN Board Member, she was named 2020 Emerging Business Owner by NAWBO - Minnesota Chapter and recently accepted into the 2021 MIT Solve Incubator.
Monday, September 20, 2021
Planning to launch a new app or platform? Here's what you need to know before you hire a developer or start to code.
In this session, Software for Good's Director of Product Strategy, Liz Tupper, will share stories and lessons from our work developing products for mission-driven startups. We'll also feature founders' insights and what they wish they'd known sooner about building software to support a new initiative. Non-techies whose ventures need tech can learn how to get off the ground — from understanding a target audience to testing early versions to launching a minimum viable product.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Tuning in virtually? Watch live on Hopin on the Stage here.
Join us for a powerful and insightful session as Black leaders in the Minnesota tech community share their journey to success. Our panel of technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors will share their experiences in tech and insights on how to break into and thrive in the space. We'll also hear thoughts directly from leading venture capitalists on how the increase of BIPOC VCs can impact the growth and successes of diverse-led startups.
This session is for all aspiring BIPOC professionals that want to learn lessons, resources, and insights to making an impact in tech.
Attend this event in person or participate from the comfort of your home or office through Hopin.
PARKING / ENTRANCE INSTRUCTIONS
- Parking options: Gopher or Maroon Lots.
- The entry point for the event is the Premium Entrance which is located under the Benton County sign.