But another theme from the 2019 Collision conference quietly linked the smug VC guys in slick suits to the fin-tech start-ups and the AI companies and the data scientists: Fixing the world. “When you start seeing those digital divides of people excluded, that’s when we get into trouble as communities and as a society,” explained Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on opening day. It started with the show itself, which was almost 45.7 percent female, making it the most diverse in the show’s short history and a huge shift from the rest of the tech world. Collision put women front and center through a dedicated Women in Tech section spotlighting female leaders, as well as a collection of high-profile female speakers. It was a welcome change from MWC, which had so few women this year that merely seeing one in the corridors of the Fira Gran Via convention center was like spying a leprechaun. It ran through panelists, which were often bluntly dedicated to doing good. On Tuesday, the CEO of Oceana joined Canada’s Parliamentary Secretary, Sean Casey, to discuss how Canada can continue to be an example for conservation, part of a section called Planet:tech. A highlight from Wednesday:… Read full this story
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