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Women in tech

Claudia Goldin is the first woman outright to win the Nobel Prize in Economics for examining why we still have gender pay gaps

- October 11, 2023 3 MIN READ

In an astonishing act of timing, Harvard University’s Professor Claudia Goldin published a paper on Monday titled Why Women Won. It mapped milestone moments in women’s rights in the United States from 1905 to 2023. A few hours later, she was awarded the 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics “for having advanced our understanding of women’s… Read more »

Ian YIp
Women in tech

The founder of cybersecurity startup Avertro has a timely reminder about equality for men ahead of International Women’s Day

- March 6, 2023 2 MIN READ

We’ve all seen it – and then probably heard the reaction whispered cross the audience – and probably hashtagged on social media. “Sausagefest.” Another all-bloke panel. Ian Yip, founder and CEO of cybersecurity startup Avertro has seen them too, and most importantly he’s conscious of being complicit in it. Yip took to LinkedIn ahead of… Read more »

The Conversation
Other tech

Technology is key for refugees starting new lives in Australia, but not everyone has equal access

- September 12, 2021 3 MIN READ

As evacuees and refugees from Afghanistan start their new lives in Australia, their ability to navigate the digital world will be crucial. Our research, published this week, reveals how newly arrived refugees use digital technologies as they begin this new chapter. Importantly, new arrivals will need some level of digital know-how to participate in QR… Read more »