Women Rock-IT, or Rock-ET? Australian rocket scientist connects Earth’s framework from space
Learn how Flavia Tata Nardini, an Australian-based rocket scientist, uses her STEM knowledge in space at Cisco’s upcoming Women Rock-IT broadcast.
Cisco encourages girls to consider a career in STEM for International Girls in ICT Day
Cisco recognizes International Girls in ICT Day with the aim of inspiring girls and women to consider studying STEM and pursue a career in technology at this critical time.
Using AI for good: Identifying and locating survivors of human trafficking
This blog post comes from Emily Kennedy, co-founder of Marinus Analytics, a startup that identifies victims of sex trafficking based on online movements.
Sidestepping the status quo: My entrepreneurial journey
This blog post comes from Sarah Mak, the co-founder and CEO at Folktale, a SaaS platform for organizations to listen-at-scale through crowd-sourced videos.
One entrepreneur’s search for a BrightSign leads to a life-changing invention
This blog post comes from Hadeel Ayoub, the Founder and CEO of BrightSign and the inventor of a smart glove that assists people with hearing impairments.
Technology: The pathway to financial inclusion
Learn more from Grace Wong, the Founder of Liven, Australia's biggest loyalty-based payment network which focuses on financial inclusion.
Solving the mental healthcare access problem with Modern Health
This year, we’ve faced simultaneous crises impacting our daily lives—COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment, racial injustices, natural disasters, and divisive politics. All of which have taken their toll on the mental health of many. But mental healthcare is still surprisingly hard to access.
Pushing boundaries: AI and solar mobile chillers keep it fresh and cool
Savanna Circuit Tech pinpointed an area of inequality and lost profit, and created a solution that allows field agents and women dairy producers to easily collect payments for delivered milk and access the credit facility, based on our AI-enabled credit scoring feature.