Technology is no longer a thing. Technology is everything. It runs on our wrists, it tracks our food, it drives our cars. It is everywhere and yet nowhere at all. The growing connectivity of hardware to everyday items means the need for technology to be seamless has never been greater. We want to experience it in every aspect of our lives, to have it available at the touch of a button and yet invisible at every other moment. But where does it end? Do we draw a line where technology can not pass, can slow tech ever really come to pass or will we just be getting smarter at hiding it.
ABOUT THE EVENT
On September 27th we are holding our annual conference, with the theme Ubiquitous Technology - Now you see me, now you don't. A day long event held at Central Working in Whitechapel, with 200 attendees, over 30 speakers, Make It, Wear It and Game It rooms with 3D printers, wearables and consoles to get carried away in and a creche to ensure all women from teens to mums can attend. We'll kick off the day with a power yoga session and end it with a blowout party until late in the night. It's going to be a day to learn, network and most importantly be inspired by the incredible women working in the tech industry today.
We're hugely excited to announce our first speakers for this year's Geek Girl conference. An incredible range of women from the tech community talking on a diverse range of topics from the startup scene in Africa to rotational mapping for Health Tech.Sarah Wood, Unruly Media
Bethany Koby, Technology Will Save Us
Valerie Nygaard, Ebay
Dominique De Guzman, Twilio
Kriti Sharma, Barclays
Vanessa Pelz-Sharpe, Coco De Mer
Joanna Montgomery, Little Riot
Olivia Solon, The Mirror
Yodit Stanton, Atomic Data Labs
Anna O'Brien, Sprinklr
Camilla Dolan, MMC Ventures
Anjali Ramaachandran, Ada's List
Paula Clerkin, University of Nottingham
Mary-Jane Boholst, Conscious Cocoon
Ingrid Marsh, The Cater Club
Marily Nika, Imperial College AESOP
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GeekGirl Meetup is a network that highlights female role models in the digital and tech industry. We hold monthly breakfasts and an annual conference that gets high profile women sharing their knowledge and experience within their industry. From API engineering to founder stories, we think shifting the gender imbalance in the tech industry begins by highlighting the incredible women that are already here.
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