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JWT London Supports SXSW Panel with Live Polling around Tech and Disempowerment

J. Walter Thompson London, 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Questions are already live and can be answered using corresponding hashtags

JWT London Supports SXSW Panel with Live Polling around Tech and Disempowerment

To support its panel at SXSW 'Women Byte Back: Tech and Disempowerment', J. Walter Thompson London will be live polling the audience with 8 questions answered through hashtag tracking software.

The questions are designed to make the audience think about the idea of how technology may not always be a force for good while delivering a deeper understanding of the points being discussed on stage.

The questions are already live and can be answered now. Answers can be tweeted with the corresponding hashtag.

Q: Have you ever experienced women being disempowered by technology? How?

#SXSWempowered      
#SXSWdisempowered

Q: Has technology given you a voice that you didn’t have before? How?   

#SXSWvoiceY 
#SXSWvoiceN

Q: Should tech’s future focus on empowering us? Why?   

#SXSWfutureempY  
#SXSWfutureempN

Q: Do you see women being in the driving seat of technology?  Y/n?  

#SXSWfemdriver  
#SXSWmaledriver

Q: How many people in the world have internet access?

#SXSWwifi4all

Q: Do you have any female tech role models?  Who?

#SXSWfemrolemodel

Q: What tech do you feel is the most empowering?  

#SXSWempowered

Q: Will seeing STEM female characters on TV and FILM inspire girls to pursue careers in tech?   

#SXSWStemsellsY
#SXSWStemsellsN

The panel will take place at 11am on the 12th of March in the JW Marriott Room, 303-304 110 E 2nd Street. Speakers are Nishma Robb, head of marketing at Google UK and community lead for women at Google and Chhavi Rajawat, the first female Sarpanch (Mayor) in India with a business degree.

It will cover areas such as how technology can both empower and disempower women, how technology is driving women’s ambitions in the developing world and how positive stories of role models are making an impact on women around the globe. 

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