Session: A Feminist Outlook on Digital Transformation and Surveillance Capitalism
The technical capability of humanity has matured to a point where we can construct and maintain relationships in digital places. This digital paradigm is exciting and rich with possibilities. Is it now possible to begin to move beyond physical scarcity into a place of generative institutions? Yes, but this also means we must move beyond global patriarchy. Join this session to explore what could be possible through digital transformation infused with feminist perspective and an ethic of care.
- What is digital tranformation really, and how has the evolution of computing enabled it?
- What is surveillance capitalism, and why is it dangerous?
- What are the different types of power, and which types of power align easily with digital transformation?
Cat is a technology leader deeply interested in exploring how digital transformation facilitates relationships and could create conditions for more generative institutions. In addition to leadership experience in a variety of settings from startups to large enterprises, Cat is also an accomplished public speaker delivering keynotes, workshops, etc all around the world. In her leisure time, Cat enjoys cooking, hiking, making jokes about Bitcoin, and reading feminist literature.