The biggest struggle as a proponent of female representation in the IT business has been getting more women interested in the field—to open their eyes and break the cycle of fear of technology. The need is for a mission to help women technologists see the larger picture of what technology can do for them.
We should start by developing general understanding in order to fully utilize technology. By doing so, we’ll be able to increase our ability to find methods to improve tech goods, allowing women to become better engineers and designers.
And the first step toward overcoming that obstacle is for women of all ages to get a conceptual knowledge of technology. Women should learn about the current technology, what they do, and how they can use them. Books like Nick Bostrom’s Superintelligence and Yuval Noah Harari’s Homo Deus are excellent places to start.
Make sure women understand it, whether it’s artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, or anything. Women must read, learn, and put what they’ve learned into practice. Consider how the globe and our society may look in the future, and where women might fit into that picture. Are they going to be a spectator or a participant? How can women make the most of technology to reach their full potential?