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What you'll learn about Artificial Intelligence at Women of Silicon Valley 2019

February 7, 2019 | D Cody

At this year’s Women of Silicon Valley conference, we aim to empower you with the knowledge to step forward boldly into the future of tech. The fast-changing tech sector demands that professionals working in it stay ahead of the game, and that’s where we like to think we...

'The power of our community': Women of Silicon Valley 2019 - a note from the producer

  Over the years, we’re proud to have created a community focused towards empowerment, action and change. One where we pull each other up, rather than try and stop people succeeding. 

Women of Silicon Valley 2018: In Pictures

January 22, 2019 | D Cody

Women of Silicon Valley returns to San Francisco next year, to inspire women working in the tech sector, and smash the glass ceiling on the industry.

'Go against the flow': Women, Entrepreneurship & Success

December 11, 2018 | Maddox Events

Baroness Joanna Shields, UK Minister for Internet Safety and Security: "In Go Against the Flow, award-winning entrepreneur Charu Sharma brings together audacious female entrepreneurs who went against the flow and pioneered their own destinies. There has never been a better...

Dispelling Myths and Promoting Women in Tech: Q&A With Bloomberg's Dr. Amanda Stent

Dr. Amanda Stent, NLP architect at Bloomberg, and one of the leading figures in natural language processing, gives us some of her insights on promoting women in the workplace, and shares her advice for aspiring women in tech.

Assisted By AI, Mobile Search Is Finding Its Voice

Dara Treseder, CMO of GE Ventures & Women of Silicon Valley keynote speaker, gives us the lowdown on: mobile voice search, how to turn conversations into conversions & the increase of hyperlocal marketing.

5 Steps to Timing the Perfect Startup Pitch

Kristen Scheven, CMO of AngelHack, shares her five steps to timing the perfect startup pitch ahead of her presentation at Women of Silicon Valley 2018.

Mentoring, Coding and Machines Taking On Human Biases - Q&A with Kesha Williams

We sat down with Kesha Williams, Software Engineer for Chick-fil-A, ahead of her exciting tech track at Women of Silicon Valley in March. She shares her thoughts on the importance of mentoring, coding to young people and a sneak peek into her track topic:What Humans Can...

Soar with the Eagles: My Perspective on Accountability and Career Development

August 14, 2018 | Pamela Hennard, Dell

Several weeks ago I had the opportunity to share my perspective on accountability and career development at the Women of Silicon Valley event in Santa Clara. I met so many amazing women at various stages of their career, education level, and roles. Several of the lessons I...

What Humans Can Learn From Machines

Kesha Williams, Software Engineer at Chick-fil-A, gives us a sneak peek of her tech track topic for the upcoming Women of Silicon Valley 2018. She shares her work with Suspicious Activity Monitor (SAM), predictive policing and machine learning.

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