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Why Aren’t There More Women Working in Audio? – The Atlantic

This article discusses how to bring more women in audio. It presents the work of relevant female audio engineers and producers, as well as initiatives to bring more women in audio. This includes the organization SoundGirls.org and the related camp “Sound Camp”, which aims at encouraging girls to professional careers in audio. Read more here…
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The Google Engineer’s Memo Shows the Stereotypes that Keep Women Out of STEM – Vox

This article discusses the memo written by the Google engineer James Damore criticizing the company’s diversity programs. The article talks about open issues of why there are not more women in technology, including stereotypes and biases. Read more here  

An Interview with Yuxi (Annie) Zhang

Interview by Amruta Vidwans, Léa Ikkache, and Anna Xambó Mar 13, 2017 A few words about Yuxi (Annie) Zhang: Yuxi (Annie) Zhang is a Software Engineer at Pandora and a Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (GTCMT) alum. She specializes in software programming, robotic musicianship, machine learning, optimization, digital signal processing and violin. Annie Zhang…
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Programmed Inequality – The MIT Press

Programmed Inequality is a book written by Marie Hicks on how women in computing were gradually pushed out of the industry. The book discusses the economic consequences for the UK of their disappearance and establishes connections with the United State Read more here

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap

The movie Code was screened in the Student Center Theater at Georgia Tech. The screening had a grea turn out. This documentary exposes the situation of American female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap and digital divide. A lively discussion led by Mark Guzdial and Barbara Ericson ended the…
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