Building an AI Solution to Prevent Sexual Abuse at Organizations
Together with the Zero Abuse Project, a non-profit committed to the elimination of child sexual abuse, we got together with Omdena’s AI community to build Natural Language Processing models to prevent sexual abuse in organizations.
Sexual abuse in the workplace is unwelcome sexual behavior, which could be expected to make a person feel offended, “When sex-abuse cases dominate headlines, a familiar pattern often emerges. If it took place at a large organization — be it a church, a large state university, or a group such as USA Gymnastics — misconduct is often covered up in hopes of saving the institution’s reputation, and the money that accompanies it.” — Tamara Lush
Can AI techniques be used to identify sexual abuse patterns?
Zero Abuse Project (ZAP) is an organization committed to transforming institutions in order to effectively prevent, recognize, and respond to child sexual abuse.
ZAP's Founder Jeff Anderson is widely recognized as a pioneer in sexual abuse litigation. In nearly four decades as a litigator, Jeff has represented thousands of survivors and their families and has tried over two hundred and fifty jury trials to verdict across the country through the crucible of the courtroom.
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