The place of women in technology, podcast with Claudie Haigneré, Stéphanie Laporte, Nathalie Devillier, and Yael Benayoun
In this somewhat special episode of Regards Conné, Thomas Gouritin questions four women in tech about the place of women in technology. To understand what blocks them from embarking on technical professions, we must take into account social obstacles, the phenomenon of self-censorship, and structural issues in the exposure of female role models.
To break down these barriers and hope for more diverse profiles in tech, “There is a real job to do at school”, according to Stéphanie Laporte, director of social media agency OTTA, and of the Master Digital Communication and Community Management INSEEC in Bordeaux, for whom “often, people from diverse backgrounds do not have the same level of information and the same level of access to qualifying pathways, glamorous schools, sexy paths“.
Thomas gouritin discusses all these subjects with Claudie Haigneré, the first French astronaut and former Minister for Research and New Technologies, Stéphanie Laporte and Nathalie Devillier, teachers in Bordeaux and Grenoble respectively, and Yael Benayoun, president of Mouton Numérique.
An exceptional episode of Regards Connés podcast version to immerse yourself in a very important subject at a time of the development of new technologies that are ever more revolutionary and significant in our choices in society. Societal and political choices that concern far more than the majority of white men at the helm of the largest companies in Silicon Valley.
Thomas gouritin supports SMEs and large accounts in their transformations, with digital support. Producer of the Regards Connected series (Youtube channel and podcasts), he explores our technological future to popularize complex subjects such as artificial intelligence and convey messages of pragmatism to be applied in business.
The subject of chatbots is essential today, Thomas approaches it in a pragmatic way with, in addition to project support, conferences aimed at demystifying the subject without “bullshit” and with workshops allowing everyone to get their hands dirty. design to understand, learn and do.