Google Translate, the go-to reference when it comes to translating words online, relies on artificial intelligence to suggest translations and lets users suggest improved translations for words and sentences. According to Wikipedia, Google Translate helps over 500 million people translate more than 100 billion words – every day. In this post, I explain what’s behindContinue reading “Gender biases in Google Translate”
In order to boost the figures about women participation in the technology industry some organizations have started campaigns that tokenize women in the industry and pay little favour to the #womenintech movement. This post explains what this tokenism is about and gives 7 examples of things organizations can do about it.
Are we entering a post-app world? “The app is dead!”, “We are approaching the post-app era”, “It’s the end of the app boom, what now?” I look at the headlines and I see a lot of confrontation. Some say we are entering a new age in software and the way it is built and delivered,Continue reading “Are conversational interfaces going to kill the app?”
The team at botanalytics.co asked to interview me after a call as part of my job as a product owner at reply.ai, an enterprise ready tool to build, manage and optimise chatbots that’s used by award winning agencies and well-known brands. “There is still a lot to learn both in terms of how real usersContinue reading “An interview about chatbots”
What would our lives be without music? This post is a rarity in a blog that talks mainly about business, technology and reivindications about women in technology. Music, friends, makes the world go around. A lot of the businesses that serve us on a daily basis were first thought of and built over music.