You'd think that ethnocentrism – judging another culture by the standards or values of one's own – would be relatively rare in the global, cosmopolitan social impact sector. In fact, says KadAfrica founder Rebecca Kaduru, it's alive and well, as social entrepreneurs must often adapt to ethnocentric definitions to secure the funding necessary to grow their enterprises. She explores why this dynamic has to change.
Whether one should be optimistic or not about these emergent trends, one thing is clear; there is no getting off the train of technological progress anytime soon. Regardless of which side of the debate one is on, within current debates over AI and automation two injustices are repeatedly committed by both parties.