“Technology cannot forget the importance of the humanity that interacts, uses, and creates it.”

One never knows where inspiration will strike or what will spark a lifelong passion.

As chief technology officer, Lisa Schlosser has always had an appreciation and passion for technology.  But as she attends the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing this week — the world’s largest gathering of women technologists — she recently reflected in a blog post on how the world’s most prestigious bicycle race uncovered a different understanding of how diversity in technology encompasses not just people but the merging of disciplines such as history, geography, mechanical engineering and even fashion.


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