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In Unusual Year, Software Expands Reach of Girls Who Code Program

The COVID-19 pandemic canceled all sorts of summer camps and other programs this year, but a healthy dose of innovation actually helped Software.org increase the reach of our regular partnership with Girls Who Code. By leaning on online collaboration tools, the annual coding camp program...

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Supporting Truth and Trust in Digital Content During the Deepfake Era

Software-enabled innovations in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation tools are on the rise. These promising technologies are being implemented across industry sectors to allow content creators to produce and share their work faster than ever, allow greater insights into data for businesses and governments,...

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“Congresswoman Adams Announces Bipartisan HBCU Caucus Inaugural Diversity in Tech Summit with NC Governor Cooper”

Office of Congresswoman Alma Adams, August 8, 2018. “Software.org is honored to be part of this important event,” said Chris Hopfensperger, Executive Director of Software.org: the BSA Foundation. “Software is changing our lives in so many ways, and it’s important that the US software workforce...

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“Tech Firms Seek Partnerships to Increase Workforce Diversity”

The Hill, August 8, 2018. Company representatives, lawmakers and college and university officials are convening in Greensboro, N.C., this week to try tackle tech’s persistent problems with diversity. At an event on Wednesday and Thursday led and organized by the HBCU congressional caucus, people focused...

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