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European Women in Tech 2019: Amsterdam
Disrupt. Drive. Deliver. This was the motto of the European Women in Technology event, which encouraged delegates to be ‘inspired by the ecosystem's most influential women in technology and enhance their skills in a passion-charged atmosphere’. Jenna Griffin AMBCS, Policy Programmes Manager at BCS, was there to contribute.
BCS AI award for artists
The eighth annual Lumen Prize, celebrating the very best in international digital art, took place at the Barbican Centre for Performing Arts in London on 24 October. Presenting the BCS AI Award to winners, Dave Murray-Rust and Rocio von Jungenfeld, for “Lichtsuchende“ was Computer Arts Society chair, Dr Nick Lambert.
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Companies that re-align their ethics to the changing tech landscape can realise multiple business benefits, writes Sarah Burnett, EVP at Everest Group and Chair of BCSWomen.
How neurodiversity is changing work
Nancy Doyle PhD has been working with social exclusion and disabilities since she was 18 years old. In an interview with Johanna Hamilton AMBCS, she explains why neurodiversity is a boon in the workplace and why mental health isn’t necessarily a work-issue.