Even though the demand for talent is constantly growing, women still remain underrepresented in the world of technology. By empowering women to choose career paths in high-tech fields, such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Science or Blockchain, we can help democratizing, expanding and diversifying cutting-edge tech that is changing the world
We’re thrilled to welcome four incredible women in tech as our speakers for this event. Their expertise ranges from AI and Software Engineering to Robotics, Fintech and Blockchain. They will share their personal and professional stories, encouraging and inspiring other women to take opportunities.
We’re inviting all of our guests to stay for the networking session with food and drinks after the talks.
Register for the event https://goo.gl/RRKN94
6:30 pm: Doors open
7:00 pm: Yan Fan, Co-founder and CTO Code Chrysalis
7:20 pm: Natalie Thanomvajamun, Robotics at Tokyo Institute of Technology
7:40 pm: Una Softic, Independent Innovation Strategy and AI consultant
8:00 pm: Miku Hirano, CEO Cinnamon Inc.
8:30 pm: Networking
— SPEAKER INFO
— MIKU HIRANO
CEO, Cinnamon Inc.
Serial Entrepreneur and Angel Investor. MSc, in Artificial Intelligence from Tokyo University. Won the Innovative Software Creation Program (Super Creator Award) under Information Technology Promotion Agency Japan (IPA) in 2005 and 2006. Sold her first startup to mixi.inc. and founded the Artificial Intelligence startup Cinnamon in Singapore in 2012.
— YAN FAN
Co-founder and CTO of Code Chrysalis, an advanced software engineering bootcamp in Tokyo. She has worked as a software developer at a machine learning startup in Silicon Valley, a coding instructor, and CTO of a coding bootcamp in Jordan.
— UNA SOFTIC
Independent Innovation Strategy and AI consultant. With a focus on Fintech and Blockchain, her recent projects involve 2 successful ICOs and the management of the international Fintech content at Nikkei Digital Innovation Group.
— NATALIE THANOMVAJAMUN
Head of Finance at Slush Tokyo. Majoring in Robotics at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Her work includes Science Communication, Econophysics and Control Theory.
Here’s the meetup. We look forward to an inspiring evening.