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The Diversity Setback: Vote Within Your Heart, Brain, or Feet
By Isabelle Guis

I have never considered myself a feminist. Sure, I continually encourage women in technology through active participation in WITI contributions to Code like a Girl and by mentoring women, but I have never felt as engaged as I am now.   Read More

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How the 2016 US Election Showcases the Need for Content Governance
By Isabelle Guis

I have been in the United States for several presidential election cycles now, and I am not alone in thinking the 2016 race for the White House has been the most bizarre. Some of the reasons for this are a little more predictable than others, but one factor, in particular, sticks out to me.   Read More

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Virtuous Machines -- How Analytics Will Underpin Artificial Intelligence
By Isabelle Guis

Socrates' view of human nature is summed up in the doctrine: to be knowledgeable is to be virtuous. Researchers in artificial intelligence have relied on philosophy (thinking about thinking), in addition to examining smart animals and engineering intelligence in machines. Tech companies like Apple and Google are already trying to build programs capable of reproducing human capabilities to learn and solve problems.   Read More

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Artificial Intelligence: How Being Too Smart Could Hurt
By Isabelle Guis

As tech leaders like Microsoft, SFDC, Google, and Apple have made recent announcements on AI, it's worth wondering: when AI will be ubiquitous and users will constantly interact with it, how will it change our use of technology and even our behavior?   Read More

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An Interview with Isabelle Guis
By Brooke Lazar

Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer at Egnyte, Isabelle Guis oversees many facets of technology. I spoke with her about growing up in France, attending Supelec (a French graduate school of engineering), and how it led her to Egnyte. Isabelle is an inspiration to talk with and she is a prime example of a woman who overcomes adversity.   Read More