Interview: ‘Most tech decisions are made by women’

Kate Russell, technology journalist at the BBC and author, talks to EM360° about unconscious biased training, the value in a diverse workplace and the changing of the times. 

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Kate Russell, technology journalist at the BBC and author, talks to EM360 about unconscious biased training, the value in a diverse workplace and the changing of the times. 

Join us as Kate explains the big change in schools and universities as they see a massive change within their technology departments and how companies profit through having a diverse workforce.

Russell is a freelance reporter on the BBC technology show Click, which is broadcast in the UK on BBC News and BBC World News.

She writes a column in National Geographic Traveller magazine. Her first published book, Working the Cloud, is a collection of tips and resources to help businesses better use the Internet.

In 2015, Russell won a UK Blog Award for the individual digital and technology category. In 2016 she was voted the 13th most influential woman in UK IT by Computer Weekly.

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