Session: Robotics, Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Empower Women To Take Over in Tech
This is the first time in history with global self isolation due to Covid 19 that people can replicate their in person communication through technology that is accessible to a vast majority of the world population. We now have entered a new era where digital transformation is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Robotics, AR and VR will be the tools that will bring women to the forefront in this next technical generation, because of the need for empathetic and emotional connecting through these alternate realities. The technology today is developed by 97% men and consequently have coded unintentional biases that in the future will be eradicated by the high demand for female tech developers.
- Robotics, AR and VR will be the tools that will bring women to the forefront in this next technical generation
- Covid 19 has accelerated the need for technology and empathetic processes to be integrated within the tech industry
- Types of Robotics, AR and VR applications that increase women in tech demand
Nancy Coblenz is the Senior Vice President of nFLXn Consulting Services where she’s making a positive impact within private equity and the community of young women forging their pathway to success through STEM and building a substantial movement for women gaining business and job equity in STEM careers. Her teams challenge the norm by partnering with world class brands, turning viewers into believers, and from believers, to advocates...for change. Nancy has over 10 years of tactical marketing experience, garnering over $20 million in sales for the companies she worked with. Currently she is a board member of TeXchange-Dallas, Women Rocking The Web Awards- Consulting Excellence, Ada Lovelace’s Digital Marketer of The Year, International PlayMaker Digital Leader Award Finalist (London/UK), National Women Tech Founders Finalist (in AR/VR), 32 Under 32 Most Innovative in Marketing/Advertising, and National Women's Day Entrepreneur of the Year.