Discover below the events organized by our partners !
because of Covid-19, most events are online
Embracing Artificial Intelligence
May 27th by PWI & mic.brussels
What is AI and how is it impacting our lives & businesses, now and in the future? Find out more on May 27 during the webinar organized by PWI and mic.brussels. This online session will explore digital transformation and how AI can help solve societal challenges with 2 experts from Microsoft.
Women in Tech — IMPACT SESSION on Sustainability
May 27th by Start It @KBC
STEM Project Call-Science for Climate
Call for Projects until June 3rd
Raise young people’s awareness of science and technology
The call for projects aims at providing financial support for micro-projects that will get Brussels residents enthusiastic about science and technology and about exciting careers in these fields. This year's theme is science and climate.
Elements of AI
A free online introduction to Artificial Intelligence for non-experts
The Elements of AI is a series of free online courses created by Reaktor and the University of Helsinki. We want to encourage as broad a group of people as possible to learn what AI is, what can (and can’t) be done with AI, and how to start creating AI methods. The courses combine theory with practical exercises and can be completed at your own pace.
Discover artificialintelligence.brussels which offers an educational and structured presentation of the various public initiatives for AI available in the Brussels-Capital Region.
Free Prep Course
Join the Web developer Prep course to discover the Tech world and learn the basic skills of a new job. It's the best way to test at your own pace if it's a good fit for you before considering a career change in this field.
Who We Are
The first European tech ecosystem that empowers Women
A project supported by the Brussels-Capital Region
The First European Female Ecosystem to empower women in technologie and innovation.This Platform brings together public and private sector. WIT Brussels is coordinated by Women in Business which depends on 1819.Brussels : the hub of entrepreneurs in Brussels. In 2017, the Brussels Government has approved the « Next Tech » plan, with the objective to support and foster, through the drafting of several concrete measures, the creation and growth of companies in the digital sector, Women in Tech Brussels was born from a gender policy of this digital Plan.
To sensitize and inform women about digital opportunities and to promote gender equality in the high-tech industry.
To stimulate and support women startups creation and growth.
To empower women entrepreneurs to share their experience and to present them as role models.
To rise awareness among young girls to STEM studies and careers.
To monitor the relations between women and digital sector.
To emit new gender policies to the institutional and governmental authorities with the contribution of our partners’ expertise.
Women In Tech.brussels celebrated its 3rd Anniversary on May 28th
The aftermovie is coming... Stay tuned!
It is the moment to acknowledge together the amazing journey we have been through with our community and our partners during the past 3 years and continue supporting women
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