BSBI publishes ninth issue of Pioneer magazine: Gender shift and equality

On Friday 19 December, Berlin School of Business and Innovation proudly unveiled the ninth issue of its renowned Pioneer magazine.

In this latest edition, the magazine delves into the critical theme of gender shift and equality. Dr Ariadna (Ari) Font Llitjós, the Former Director for AI & Ethics at Twitter and Co-Founder and CEO of Alinia AI, took centre stage in this edition, sharing profound insights into the significance of gender shift and equality. Pioneer 9 boasts a diverse array of articles contributed by both students and staff members at BSBI, offering a rich tapestry of perspectives and experiences.

This edition is filled with compelling news about landmark events such as the organisation of the inaugural TEDx event at Alte Post campus, and the hosting of the first international conference on artificial intelligence. These milestones underscore BSBI’s commitment to innovation and thought leadership. The magazine also captures pivotal moments like the summer graduation ceremony for the class of 2023, the vibrant multicultural day celebrating diversity among students and staff, and a roundup of BSBI’s numerous achievements and accolades.

BSBI extends sincere appreciation to all the contributors and individuals who played pivotal roles in shaping this edition, acknowledging their invaluable contributions to the vibrant BSBI community.

Get your copy here and enjoy the read.


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