Alice Gillin

Raised by professional writers, Alice discovered the joys of writing at a young age and gained an affinity for all things tech shortly after. In the past, she has written about accessibility in the workplace and proper pet care. Alice graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017 with a BFA in Sequential Art. She enjoys illustrating and designing in her time off, as well as playing video games and writing fictional stories. Got news? Tweet us @siliconangle.

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HPE gains momentum with GreenLake and technology advances

The flexibility and reliability of the cloud are invaluable features for data centers, bordering on a necessity for many enterprises. If servers and services fail, the result is a ripple effect of disrupted services and upset clients.  Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s GreenLake takes its products and elevates them into an operational experience in the cloud, ...
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Hardware still matters as Dell shifts its focus to software

As Dell Technologies Inc. shifts its focus from software, the company is still emphasizing the importance of hardware in enterprise computing. “Hardware still matters; last time I checked, doesn’t the software stuff work on the hardware?” said Jeff Clarke (pictured), vice chairman and co-chief operating officer at Dell Technologies Inc. “Clearly, being able to exploit the underlying ...
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Google data science leader discusses the power of data, career skills and an evolving tech scene

Data science is tough work — but equally rewarding as well. Data is plentiful, and there are several different specializations for people to choose from, from data engineering to marketing data analysis. Breaking into the industry can be overwhelming, with the several options to choose from and the constantly evolving landscape of technology, but it ...

The enterprise continues to digitize as it moves toward a touchless world

With artificial intelligence developing rapidly, it’s no wonder that AI is being deployed in almost every industry. With robots doing a lot of the heavy lifting and automating processes and tasks everywhere, the developed world is being thrust into a “touchless” economy, where the heavy lifting is done by AI and humans can use their ...
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Halcyon House helps women jumpstart careers in impact-driven businesses

Each day, more inspiring stories emerge of underrepresented groups breaking through the mold and forging successful careers. Halcyon House, based in Washington D.C., is the source of several of those stories, helping women achieve success in impact-driven businesses and shaping future entrepreneurs by directing them on clear paths to success, despite the many struggles women ...
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Aspirational Futures helps guide, empower and support next-gen interdisciplinary talent

Technology is now a bigger part of humanity than it ever has been before, infiltrating almost every corner of society as the edge grows and the need for remote services increases. The result is an increased demand for labor at a considerable scale, and one of the biggest sources of untapped talent is the female ...
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‘Aspire for Her’ to raise number of women in tech in India to 10 million by 2030

Aspire for Her is a startup focused on bringing and sustaining more diversity into India’s workplace, where the number of women in tech fell from 34% in 2006 to 25% in 2020, according to Madhura DasGupta Sinha (pictured), founder and chief executive officer of Aspire for Her. In just the two years since its launch, Aspire for ...
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Why influencers will be the biggest catalyst of Web3’s future

Web3, the emerging state of the internet and its growing infrastructure, is based on blockchain technology and seems to offer improved privacy, security and decentralization. It shifts control away from centralized platforms back into the hands of the participants, evident in trends such as Facebook recently losing daily users for the first time in its history ...
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Intuit aims for 37% female representation in technology roles by 2024

Intuit Inc. has an important goal to hit by 2024: It’s aiming to increase female representation in the company’s technology roles from 30% to 37% by that date. This corporate initiative demonstrates the company’s passion and commitment to advancing women in technology within the data science field who have been historically underserved and underrepresented in ...
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Hospitals use AI to promote healthcare equity among diverse populations

Healthcare is an important and hot-button topic that affects virtually every living human being. This critical need calls for the best and most innovative technology available, consistently adapting to the changing state of healthcare. Using electronic health data and artificial intelligence technologies, hospitals are using technology to predict diagnoses and promote health equity among several ...