As part of the March on Gender, the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation and the International Transport Forum (ITF) will hold a virtual event on gender bias in artificial intelligence (AI) data. Data is the lifeblood of the digital economy and artificial intelligence, so if data processes yield data that are non-representative then the resulting algorithms will almost certainly have biased outcomes. Algorithms that do not take pre-existing gender-based inequalities into account will also be biased. While AI systems run the risk of perpetuating or even exacerbating gender-based inequalities, AI can also help to identify and correct human bias. This virtual event will bring together technical and policy experts who will address questions around gender bias in AI.