Sep 05 · 1 min read
Let's talk about women in tech
Growing up, we all heard plenty of male names throughout history. Now that society is getting more and more gender equal, people finally realise that the number of women inventors given the credits they deserve is minimum.
In 1846, after Ada Lovelace invented the world’s first computer complex program, the world soon forgot about her, just like any other female inventors.
Watch the video as Zoe Philpott asks the question “History is full of male role models to inspire the men, but where are the female role models like Ada Lovelace to inspire the rest of us?” during her TEDx talk.