On 20th September 2017, we organized the first meetup of our newly-founded community, "Women in Digital Health". We met at the buzzing Hiltl Sihlpost in Zurich and got the ball rolling with introductions and an insightful discussion on our individual expectations and requests for the evening and the community in general. Setting clear goals and … Continue reading Women in digital health – our new community
Into its 3rd edition, #botscamp is the true original online conference about bots, AI and machine learning. It is free, completely online and therefore accessible from anywhere. Without travel or ticket costs, nor travel time. Free replay for participants is also included. We presented and participated at the inaugural #botscamp in 2016, and learned so … Continue reading 29.06.17 BOTSCAMP
The single-most fear human beings have of Artificial Intelligence is that one day, robots will outsmart us, turn against us, and destroy our world. The film industry has contributed immensely to cementing this fear and continues to exploit it with movies where the antagonist is an AI - whether a physical robot or a virtual … Continue reading What Artifical Intelligence can teach us about being human
The debate about gender and bots is one that doesn’t look like it will die down anytime soon. The hard reality is that bots are here to stay, and the sooner we acknowledge the pervasiveness they will have in normal people’s daily lives, the faster we realize that the conversations we are having about gender … Continue reading The truth about gender-neutral bots
Stereotypes – be it gender or race – simplify complex human beings into limited key defining traits, effectively determining and streamlining how we interact with one other. They are in fact such a persistent feature in society that it is not unsurprising to find these stereotypes – gender, in particular – still perpetuated in the … Continue reading “Siri, Cortana, Alexa, Marcus. Do bots really need a gender?”
"Do bots need a gender? And why does this matter?" Join our digital session and be part of the conversation at the first ever online camp conference about bots.
Wir freuen uns darauf, die Gründerinnen der Code Girls Leipzig Julia Hoffmann & Natalie Sontopski am 9. September begrüssen zu dürfen. Sie werden aus ihrem Erfolgsbuch “We Love Code! Das kleine 101 des Programmierens” präsentieren (Fun Facts & viele tolle GIFs) und danach mit euch diskutieren, wie auch Mädchen und Frauen die Programmierwelt rocken können … Continue reading 9.9.2016 THE CODE GIRLS – LIVE
On September 9th 2014, Apple CEO Tim Cook detailed the company’s latest breakthrough product, “Apple Health”. It was proudly paraded promising the most comprehensive digital tracking of an individual’s health and wellbeing. From monitoring sodium intake to recording sleep cycles, it was tipped as a world’s first in its absolute breadth of tracked health … Continue reading Can women and girls rock digital tech? We believe they can