A new working paper on the current use of, interest in, and opportunity for AI in the social and education sectors.
How bringing people with lived experience into the design and delivery of social programs, products, and services can improve outcomes.
Learn more about the foundational set of evidence building activities: a theory of change, learning agenda, and a Strategic Evidence Plan that can help nonprofits generate evidence.
Featuring innovative thinking from a diverse group of thought leaders, “Next Generation Evidence” lays out a vision for a stronger, more equitable data and evidence ecosystem.
A holistic evaluation framework with pragmatic guidance to help grantmakers adopt AI in alignment with their core values.
AI-powered tools are quickly proliferating—which can be both exciting and overwhelming for nonprofits and funders unsure if and how they should be leveraging new technologies in their work. To better understand the nonprofit sector’s needs and interests in AI, we’re proud to collaborate with the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI on a national survey. Please take 10…
Community voting for SXSW and SXSW EDU 2024 is open now until August 20, and we need your help getting to the conference! We’d be grateful if you would vote for our proposals and help us spread the word to your networks. Information about our two proposals are below. AI for Inclusive R&D and Equitable…
Project Evident recently partnered with Factor Health on a white paper that explores opportunities to build the evidence base for nutrition incentive programs.
This is a repost of an op-ed originally published with the Center for Effective Philanthropy. Click here to view the original article. In December 2020, Google fired Timnit Gebru, a leader of its ethical AI team. Since dismissing Gebru, Google let go two other leading AI researchers. In November 2022, Twitter laid off all but…
An op-ed by Kelly Fitzsimmons in The74 on how applying a Next Generation Evidence to DARPA for Ed can support sustainable innovation and equitable student outcomes.