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Dr. Phillip Eaglin, PhD

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Actor Type

Movement Actor

Justice Area(s)

Community Health and Collective Security

Racial Justice

AI Impact(s)

Bias and discrimination

Economic harm and inequity

Lack of Data

Public Interest Tech

Racial discrimination

Violence/Hate Speech

Widening Geographic Inequality

Location(s)

Americas

United States

Dr. Phillip Eaglin is a Mozilla grant awardee alumni and the founder and CEO of Changing Expectations. He leads a Mozilla alumni connection project focused on connecting Mozilla alumni and computer science teachers in the Changing Expectations Closing the AI Education Gap Initiative. The project's goals are to: provide feedback on the youth creating AI Voice Chatbots for Social Justice Course to improve the course; integrate Mozilla's guiding principles of trustworthy AI in the AI Voice Chatbots for Social Justice Course; enhance the collaboration, knowledge sharing, and understanding of trustworthy AI among Mozilla alumni and computer science educators; contribute to the wider mission of promoting ethical AI practices through education.

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