Women in Technology Summit June 9-11, 2019  •  DoubleTree by Hilton  •  San Jose, CA



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Are Your Company Meetings, Conferences, Town Halls, & Scrums Accessible to People with Hearing Loss
By Randi Friedman

According to 3PlayMedia, 60% of those who have hearing loss are either in the workforce or in an educational setting.   Read More

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Belonging: What Does the Word Evoke for You?
By Ciara Gogan

Who gets that uneasy feeling, like they don't belong when they are in a new situation, or when they are outside their tribe? What's your experience? For most of my life, up until about 12 years ago, I've hidden a big part of who I am.   Read More

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Data, Meet Diversity: An Overview of Intersectional Collaborative
By Julio Montanez

The Women of Color in Computing Researcher/Practitioner Collaborative connect diversity, data, and tech from an intersectional perspective.   Read More

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Removing Unconscious Barriers in the Presence of Hearing Loss
By Randi Friedman

In my 18 years of experience as an open captioning and communication access real-time translation (CART) provider and open captioner to people who are deaf or hard of hearing, I have both observed and experienced barriers to access for this group.   Read More

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Technology's Impact on Women in the Workplace
By Randstad Technologies

Technology continues to reshape the workplace across all industries, often for the better.   Read More

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Diversity in AI: All About Data
By Nikki Hallgrimsdottir

An important angle to consider when it comes to making sure that machine learning and AI products and innovations are fair and inclusive is the collection and annotation of training data: the fuel that makes AI possible.   Read More