While speaking at the Best Diplomats Turkiye conference, the NVIDIA representative emphasized the need to increase women’s involvement in leadership roles.
NVIDIA’s representative explained the company’s program, which aims to introduce young people, particularly women, to sophisticated technologies such as AI models, cloud services, and linguistic and visual models.
The representative of the IT giant emphasized the need to support women in the field of data science, saying that only around 15% of data science-related professions are now held by women worldwide.
The speaker acknowledged the obstacles that women encounter when entering the data science sector and urged for collaborative action to break down these barriers, resulting in a more inclusive and empowering environment for women in technology. “Furthermore, the inclusion of the United Nations implies a possible worldwide endorsement or link to these initiatives,” he added.
The Best Diplomats hosted a Women’s Rights Conference at the prestigious Windsor Hotel & Convention Centre in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference’s major goal was to explore “Women’s Rights Advocacy and Empowerment.”
The conference had 175 attendees and a fantastic lineup of guest speakers from 55 different nations. In the context of diplomacy, respected delegates emphasized a variety of topics, including women’s rights, female liberation, and gender equality.
The NVIDIA representative made significant statements while explaining his topic, “Women’s Rights at the Office and Empowerment.”
In their introductory remarks, the guest speakers emphasized how diplomacy has evolved and stretched its reach beyond its traditional boundaries, now covering commerce, financial diplomacy, and dealing with globalization challenges.
Delegates from prominent technology companies such as Google, Apple, IBM, and others actively participated in the conference. They highlighted the significance of women in guiding the future with their diplomatic strategies for improved economies and addressing future challenges.