All too many founders assume that, as they grow their team roster, their diversity will naturally improve. In reality, companies build on what they have.
It’s easy to celebrate the accelerating ability of AI and machine learning to solve problems. It can be more difficult, however, to admit that this technology might be causing them in the first place. Tech companies that have implemented algorithms meant to be an objective, bias-free solution to recruiting more female talent have learned this […]
Could a Texas city be poised to show up Silicon Valley when it comes to embracing diversity in so-called STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields? You bet your authentic “Keep Austin Weird” T-shirt. While the West Coast’s biggest Bay Area players continue their sluggish representation of minority voices, the capital of the Lone Star […]
A panel features women working on solutions.
Women, gays, and immigrants form a new majority at the top.
Pinterest’s percentage of women in tech roles hasn’t changed in a year.
An early Oracle employee says Silicon Valley still doesn’t play fair with women or minorities.
It just took way too long.
It pledges “full representation” across its entire workforce by 2020.
From building silly Twitter bots to skewering the NSA.
Liz Acosta seeks funds for her future.
Make room, Marissa and Meg.
Now she’s empowering others to do the same.
Emoji are the “Flesh” Crayola Crayon of the 21st century.
A great start to Twitter’s Flight conference.
Internal memo lays out three steps to change.
There seems to be a pattern here.
When he’ll be more tightly scripted, no doubt.
Especially if you’re not a white male.