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IBM News Roundup: January

2016 is already here and at IBM, we’ve made a good start! A lot has happened in January, from CEO Ginni Rometty delivering the keynote speech at CES, to Serena Williams teaching IBM Watson to take a selfie. 254 more words

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Feminism in Today's Society

A few weeks ago, I had written an article about my opinion on feminism and got varied responses. But I wanted to explore the different perspectives of Feminism today. 409 more words

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Feminism in Today's Society

By Adithy Hassan

Feminism has provided more opportunities for women in various industries, from the technological workforce to the military field. Although feminism has empowered women to stand up for their rights, some argue that modern feminism has gone past feminism’s original intent of equality, giving preferential treatment to women. 362 more words

What does one do with a Barbie?

Today I had the privilege of chairing a panel at the Women of Silicon Roundabout in London.  Our focus was “Closing the Gender Gap”.

We started with a discussion on targets versus quotas.  909 more words


Industries that never saw disruption coming.

Snapchat. Simple Bank. Instacart. Acorns. Athos. Six years ago none of these companies existed; today they’re major players that all industries are looking to for inspiration. 2,097 more words

Reasons Why Women Should Tech It Up

Why women would be wise to learn tech skills and/or enter tech careers…

  1. Disruptive technologies such as nanotechnology, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are transforming businesses – including those outside the technology sector.
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Adding An RSS Feed

The process of adding an RSS feed to my WordPress account was surprisingly more challenging than I anticipated. Creating a newsfeed with my Google account was easy and straightforward by following the instructions from chapter 2, however WordPress gave me some grief. 189 more words

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