Episode 42: Kai Scott, Principal Partner, TransFocus
Danniele is joined by Kai Scott, Principal Partner at TransFocus Consulting, to discuss how organizations can be the best employers they can for trans and non-binary folks. learn more →
Can Robots be Biased/Sexist/Racist?
It's the spookiest time of the year with October coming to an end, and what better time to celebrate with something both amazing and scary--Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is closer than you think. In fact, you're holding it. From speech recognition engines to self-driving cars, the tech topic of heated debate is all around us. learn more →
November 22, 2018
FW Tech Event - The Inspired Series
The Inspired Series will consist of a set of events that will bring you insight, understanding, and inspiration on what it takes to becomes successful in the tech sector!
November 30, 2018
Flip the Switch: Women in tech Mastermind Intensive
Participants will get to learn all about igniting customer acquisition, tapping into creativity, discovering the latest technologies, and more!
December 02, 2018
Girls CanCode: Family Coding Event
Science Alive SFU and Girls CanCode are hosting this event for grade 2-8 girls to introduce them to computer science and coding through a variety of hands-on and interactive activities, including robotics! Computer science is becoming increasingly important and yet we still have a large gender gap in the field. This program will provide a fun and non-competitive environment where girls can use their creativity and discover how computer science fits into their lives.
December 09, 2018
Code a Talking Ohbot
East Van Kids S.T.E.A.M. have partnered up up Microsoft Vancouver and SCWIST to give kids aged 7 an up the ooprtunity to put their computing interests to the test and learn how to code using a talking Ohbot!
April 11, 2019
Women in SETT Leadership Workshop Series
Built upon the experiences of Canadian women and proven across the country, the WinSETT Centre's Leadership Program is the only Canadian program focused exclusively on women in SETT.