The Returning Point aims to tap into the skills and resources of Serbia’s highly-skilled diaspora by helping individuals return and integrating them into the economy, as well as by building bridges for collaboration between expatriates abroad and institutions at home.
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How UNDP Serbia Innovation Challenge Calls turn green ideas into reality
To get better at harnessing generative AI and boosting innovation, a few of us attended the MIT Innovation Lab workshop at the Sloan School of Management.
The 17th issue of Gender Brief for Serbia, prepared by the UN Gender theme group, which provides an overview of various UN initiatives in Serbia and analysis of the current situation, featured our Women in STEM initiative.
Although Serbia has a relatively high proportion of women in STEM, women are still facing significant headwinds in their careers. We are working to understand and resolve these issues through in-depth and innovative research.
UNDP Serbia, along with Mašinerija, organized a conference to discuss the opportunities and risks associated with the rapidly evolving AI technology in Serbia.
This blog explores the ways in which AI algorithms can reproduce gender stereotypes, and how this can have real-world implications for women in STEM.
We used LinkedIn Ad-targeting data to analyse professional gender gaps in the Western Balkans. The link to the interactive dashboard is at the end of the article.
Drasko Draskovic gave a talk at DSC Europe 2022: “How Big Data Can Foster Development”
We contributed to the Signals Spotlight report – the first of its kind for UNDP.