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Just as tech can empower, there are dangerous ideas that can be quickly spread. In order to combat this, you need education from early on, to encourage young people to become adults who challenge and ask why and say NO - even when your CEO says you should.
Stella delved into case studies of racial tension and unrest in UK and other places that people are often unaware of, the fact that race is a social construct, and the failure to recognise our society as based on white supremacy and patriarchal values. Stella brings learnings from historical events, especially relatively recent ones. It is exploring our past that we can understand the importance of privacy and ethics in tech. In this session, you will explore your intentions and awareness, gain a better understanding of how you came to think how you do and why societal justice bends toward certain people and against others.
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Stella is an ex teacher turned training specialist in balance and security awareness. She has lived in Japan and Switzerland and recently returned from Silicon Valley. She believes activist should be a compliment, ethics and integrity should be a life goal.