18: networking, Alcohol and fighting injustice, i.e. getting woke-r with data science

Approximate Timestamps:

7: From liberal arts/actual art to engineering to comp sci—Naba talks about changing her major five times.

12: Naba talks about leaving a team that founded a startup where kids can learn to program in their own language

16: Alcohol at networking events—tl:dr: don’t go.

Book mention: Brotopia by Emily Chang

21: Inventor and investors

23: Naba’s interest in data science (e.g. the human rights data analysis group)

25: Naba talks about the perpetuation of social inequality by data science and mathematics.

Book mention: Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O’Neil

Algorithms of Oppression by Safiya Umoja Noble

28: The questionnaire.

33: She’s a Google Women Techmaker Scholar.

Articles mentioned:

“The Confidence Gap” https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/05/the-confidence-gap/359815/

Of 350 companies, certain ones were more successful: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/06/06/1517397/0/en/Women-Owned-Startups-Deliver-Twice-as-Much-Per-Dollar-Invested-as-Those-Founded-by-Men.html

Math and data science being used to perpetuate inequality in society and how you do deal with alcohol at networking events or work events as a Muslim