Welcome to this week's ThinkND Weekly Digest, highlighting Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, celebrated on June 27.

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AI Has Some Explaining to Do

Ryan Welsh '13 MBA believes there is a fatal flaw in the conventional understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI). His Silicon Valley startup, Kyndi, is uses a hybrid approach to AI and deep learning to make the information more useful.
AI Has Some Explaining to Do
Read time: 4 minutes

Growing into Authentic Leadership

Carolyn Woo, the former Dean of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business and former CEO of Catholic Relief Services, discusses insights and strategies to promote ethical leadership in the business world and how to utilize leadership as a force for good.
Growing into Authentic Leadership
Watch time: 68 minutes

From Male Modeling to Sustainable Social Enterprise

Football player. Model. Fashion executive. Chris Yura '03 took a different path to social enterprise than most. Now, as the founder of SustainU Clothing, he uses his business to address social, economic, and environmental issues.
From Male Modeling to Sustainable Social Enterprise
Listen time: 27 minutes
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Kylemore Book Club: Literature & Film in Lockdown

Join us for week 3 of Literature & Film in Lockdown, a new, free, multimedia, educational enrichment program that examines literary works and movies set in times of quarantine. Led by Professor Barry McCrea, this week's film "Rear Window" directed by Alfred Hitchcock is accompanied by explainer videos and a weekly interactive Zoom session.

Join us for the live discussion on Wednesday, July 1, at 1 PM EDT with Prof. Barry McCrea about "Rear Window." Participants can ask questions and discuss the film.
Tune in live this week for virtual events from Notre Dame:

Partners for a Cure: Fighting Cancer in Mexico
Tue, June 30, 12 PM EDT
Researchers hope to advance the understanding of cancers that affect children in Mexico.

Breaking Down Barriers to African American Entrepreneurship
Tue, June 30, 1 PM EDT
Panelists will discuss what barriers exist for Black entrepreneurs, why, and what needs to be done.

Creating Cultures of Belonging
Tue, June 30, 3:30 PM EDT
The talk is part of the "Called & Co-Responsible Summer Seminar" hosted by the McGrath Institute.

Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival Voice and Text Workshop
Tue, June 30, 7 PM EDT
Discover more about voicing Shakespeare’s text for a modern audience.

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