Gilletta Mouyabi's company helps start-ups with funding and encourages public-private partnerships. She also runs a group called World Women Education which helps young women from Benin prepare for careers in computing.
Gilletta Mouyabi has been working in information technology for more than 15 years. She also runs a group called World Women Education which helps young women from Benin prepare for careers in computing.
Linda Kruse is a young German on a mission to change the world by inspiring teenage girls to tap into their technical abilities. And she's developed a game to help them.
Insults, rape and death threats: Even though the internet was supposed to be the great equalizer, hate speech online has led women to take a more passive role. In Germany, the search for solutions is on.
A new German law will allow intel agencies access to all citizens' ID photos. In combination with facial recognition surveillance technology, this means agents will be able to identify people in crowds, warn critics.
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