In the wild, wild world of artificial intelligence, there’s a company that stands out. Not only are they inspired by “Alice in Wonderland” – which is pretty damn unique in itself – they also have a radical and maybe even controversial belief that women are smarter than men. Now, if you add to that the fact that there’s a serious lack of women in the tech world, and that only 2% of venture capital investments in 2022 went into women-owned startups, you start to see the potential superpower they’re wielding. And this isn’t about jumping on the woke bandwagon, or ticking diversity boxes just to look good. This is about using diversity as a weapon because it’s smart and it makes sense.
They’re called Curiouser.AI and what sets them apart is that the majority of their team is female. In a male-dominated field like tech, having 18 out of 22 members being women is a bold move. But it’s not just for show. They believe that having a gender-diverse team creates an environment that breeds innovation and out-of-the-box solutions.
But wait, there’s more! Beyond just gender diversity, Curiouser.AI is a melting pot of different cultures and religions. They’ve got everything from agnostics to Hindus, Christians, Jews, Atheists, Buddhists and Sikhs. The wide range of religious and cultural experiences of their team members adds a depth of understanding and empathy, which is essential for creating AI solutions that resonate globally.
Now, here’s where it gets interesting. Their female majority gives them a competitive edge because they’re approaching AI development with fresh, diverse perspectives. And in a field where innovation is key, that’s a game-changer.
But they’re not done yet. They’ve got a blend of older members with years of experience, mix it up with younger colleagues who bring fresh energy and tech-savviness which creates a culture of continuous learning and mutual inspiration. And that’s crucial for staying ahead in the world of AI.
So, in the end, Curiouser.AI isn’t just another tech startup. It’s a trailblazer, showing the world the immense power of true diversity. They value the intelligence and collaboration of women, while embracing a vast array of cultural, religious, and generational perspectives. And in doing so, they’re not just developing AI – they’re crafting a future where diversity is the key to innovation. As Peter Drucker once said, “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” And if that’s even half true, then Curiouser.AI is set up for one hell of a meal.
-Stephen B. Klein