• Women Are Better at Cybersecurity than Men: Research

    Women Are Better at Cybersecurity than Men: Research

    May 6th, 2020. Women are better at cybersecurity and protecting themselves online, new research by NordPass suggests. The survey revealed that women are more concerned about the potential harm of their personal online accounts being hacked. They also tend to use unique passwords more often than men. 43% of...
  • Algorithms of Bias

    Algorithms of Bias

    Gender bias is prevalent in our society, and while numerous efforts are being made to counter it, we are still long ways from eliminating or even reducing it. So it should not come as a surprise that Artificial Intelligence models and frameworks are learning gender bias as well. There...
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    Seera Group Hosts ‘Women In Tech Dubai’ talk

    January 22nd, 2020, Dubai (UAE): Seera Group, the Middle East region’s leading provider of travel and tourism services, highlighted its commitment to women empowerment by hosting an event organized by ‘Women In Tech Dubai’ at their Dubai hub. Women In Tech Dubai is a UAE based professional group that...
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    Cyber Safety Ambassadors ready to educate their peers

    December 16th, 2019, Sharjah (UAE): Following the conclusion of the training workshops for the Child Safety Department (CSD)’s ‘Cyber Safety Ambassadors’ initiative, which aims to provide children and youth with the skills and training to guide their peers towards best practices in online safety, its 24 participants have been...
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    Girls in Tech Bolsters Board of Advisors with New Appointments 

    November 13th, 2019, San Francisco (USA): Girls in Tech, a global non-profit that works to put an end to gender inequality in high-tech industries and startups, today announced two new additions to the company’s board of directors. Stephen Snyder, Chief Financial Officer at Addepar, a high-growth, venture-backed, wealth management SaaS platform,...
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    TechGirlz Launches Girls In Tech Summit

    November 7th, 2019, PHILADELPHIA (USA): The changing nature of work in America and the country’s corresponding shortage of technology workers continues to inspire a rising number of girls and women to pursue technology-related instruction and careers. As part of its year-long tenth anniversary celebration, nonprofit TechGirlz today unveiled the Girls in...
  • Millennials taking center stage at EmTech MENA 2019

    Millennials taking center stage at EmTech MENA 2019

    Millennials taking center stage at EmTech MENA 2019; Ghena Alhanaee, Amer Al Jabri, Fouad Maksoud and Laila Ziko know that they can make the world a better and safer place. When MIT Technology Review announced its ‘Innovators Under 35’ award, they were ready to take center stage at EmTech...
  • Refugee Team Hope Wins Robotics Challenge

    Refugee Team Hope claim victory at third annual global robotics event

    October 29th, 2019, Dubai (UAE):  Team Hope led the winning four-team alliance to a dramatic victory in the grand final of the FIRST Global Challenge 2019 in Dubai. The third edition of the annual robotics competition – the first to be hosted outside the Americas – drew the participation...
  • Meet the female STEM role models redefining femininity in the sciences

    October 27th, 2019, Dubai (UAE): Sofia Nanjari was just nine when she was introduced to robotics. She overheard her brother, then an engineering first-year undergraduate student, complain about how hard robotics programming was. She later went on to YouTube for tutorial videos, and the first thing she ever learned to...
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