Latest diversity publications


A holistic view on solving the cyber security skills gap
Organisations need to focus on development and diversity and target traits over skills Cyber attacks are increasing in prevalence and disruptive potential, and several high profile breaches and data leaks have acted as a major wake-up call as to just how vulnerable critical systems are to disruption and damage. Recent years have also seen the... Read More

More diversity within design roles is necessary to ensure inclusive AI

More female, black or ethnic minority computer designers are needed to support artificial intelligence to be inclusive Dr Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley said progress was being spearheaded by white, male, middle-class computer engineers. That can show itself through sensors which find it harder to detect black hands than white, the lecturer in social policy at Ulster University… Read More


Addressing blockchains gender problem
John Bensalhia talks to Bloomwater Capital's founding partner & head of investor relations Veronica Mihai about gender and diversity inclusion in the blockchain space Veronica Mihai's interest in Blockchain and cryptocurrency (more specifically, Bitcoin) began about four years ago when she read Satoshi’s infamous whitepaper. “I liked the concept and the idealistic approach to managing... Read More

Q+A: Tackling the diversity challenge with Deb Leary OBE
On March 12th as part of International Women's Day Techerati is joining forces with famed comedy community Funny Women to present a unique evening of empowering comedy and workshops celebrating women in tech. One of Funny Women’s favourite techies, Deb Leary OBE, founder and CEO of the award-winning Forensic Pathways, will be rounding off the... Read More

Celebrating female creators, coders, innovators and technicians
Technology, similar to comedy, has always been a very male domain. It’s a masculine, alpha pursuit both in respect of employment and even leisure activity. Girls are not meant to be leaders in anything that requires the beady eye of a man… OK so who ran Bletchley Park then? 8,000 women worked there during the... Read More


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