According to a new report from the World Economic Forum, the gap in Artificial Intelligence workplace diversity is growing. As part of the organization’s annual rankings on gender disparities, it was revealed that women make up only 22 percent of the world’s AI workforce.
The information was compiled from LinkedIn data. The information also revealed the largest countries AI work. These nations included the U.S., India, Germany, Switzerland, and Canada.
In addition to workforce estimates, the World Economic Forum also makes predictions on the close of the gender gap across industries. With the latest news, the organization “calculates that it will take 108 years to close the gender gap across politics, work, health and education, but 202 years to close the workplace gender gap.”