Women Rock IT

Why Empowering Female Designers Can Improve Health Outcomes

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Cervical cancer, when caught early, can be affordably and effectively treated. But the vast majority of women in the poorest parts of the world have never been screened. The Callascope was designed by women for women to empower them to take care of their own health, without stigma.

The Life Changing Potential of Artificial Intelligence

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The discourse about AI is too often focused on the negatives. Did you know Australians are already getting essential medicines delivered directly to their doorstep via these amazing machines?

Women Rock-IT: Technology is Helping Crisis-Affected Populations

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Through the power of technology and partnerships, Mercy Corps is helping crisis-affected populations thrive in a digital world.

Women Rock-IT: Partnering to Create Lasting Impact

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This post was written by guest blogger and Women Rock-IT speaker Vicki Batka, Managing Director, Cisco Partner Organization, Asia Pacific & Japan.

Fashion Meets the Internet of Things to Keep Women Safe

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Hear more insights from Aditi and other inspiring women in technology by registering for the April 18th session of Women Rock-IT.

Why I’m Developing for Mars and Sustainable Life in Space

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This post was written by guest blogger Dr. Natalie Rens, CEO of Spaceport AI. She recently spoke as part of Cisco’s Women Rock-IT series.

Using Blockchain Technology to Solve Global Problems

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Recognized proof of identity is the right of every single person on our planet, and blockchain technology is one of the newest tools to help us achieve that vision.

A Drone May Save Your Life One Day

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Dr. Catherine Ball recently asked young women how they would use drones to make the world a better place as part of Cisco's Women Rock-IT speaker series.

Discovering New Forms of Storytelling with Data

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She's A Crowd will ensure every woman, anywhere in the world, can access a platform to share her story safely, and that those stories will be heard by people who have the power to change the outcome.