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Read How Women are Powering Tech

Enabling an inclusive workforce is critical to the success of our economy and our society.  From the classroom to the boardroom, we must work harder to provide opportunities for women.  In this week’s Tech At Work, we’re celebrating Women’s History Month and the vital contributions women are making to advance innovation within the technology industry.


Three Women Building the Future at a Self-Driving Technology Company (Argo AI)

A trio of women executives at Argo AI are creating history and paving the future of the company and the self-driving industry: Cynthia Kwon (VP), Summer Fowler (CIO), and Kate Kozlowski (GC).

RestaurantHER: Driving Change and Confronting Issues Facing Women (Grubhub)

Through RestaurantHER, Grubhub is championing and supporting women-led restaurants and raising awareness about inequality in the industry.

Every First Opens the Door for Many (Google)

Over the past year, Google has searched the world for trailblazing women who overcame obstacles and is celebrating the “firsts” who have paved the way, and the many women they’ve inspired.

In Good Company: Inspiration from the Women of Shipt (Shipt)

The Shipt community is in good company with so many inspiring female leaders.  Meet the executives who strengthen teams, empower other women, and take the lead on the path to success.

AT&T: International Women's Day: Unleashing the Power of "I Am..." (AT&T)

At AT&T, the experiences, talents, and perspectives of women from diverse backgrounds are propelling innovation and shaping the future.  This is why AT&T is proudly supporting the United Nations Women's Empowerment Principles.  

Meet the Extraordinary Women of Bloom (Bloom Energy)

The Power of the Butterfly Effect (Deloitte)

Amazon: Support Women-Owned Small Businesses (Amazon)

What's New in Tech

Waymo is Expanding its Open Dataset with Interactive Scenario Data and New Challenges

While AV researchers have made significant progress on the motion forecasting problem in recent years, more high-quality open-source motion data can help achieve new breakthroughs throughout the industry.

Waymo announced that they are expanding the Waymo Open Dataset with the publication of a motion dataset — which they believe to be the largest interactive dataset yet released for research into behavior prediction and motion forecasting for autonomous driving.

They also announced the next round of Waymo Open Dataset Challenges — with cash awards — to help encourage new research into both perception and behavior prediction.

Read more here.

What We're Saying

TechNet Statement on the Confirmation of U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai

TechNet Applauds Signing of the COVID Relief Bill

Before You Start Your Weekend

Amazon is continuing to invest and offer its capabilities to help protect employees and communities around the world.  Learn more about Amazon's efforts on Amazon’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing blog.


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