A Quote to Inspire
“What most excites me about augmented reality’s future is its role in the arts. It has heaps of potential in this way, to scale cultural experience and make it accessible to broader audiences at lower costs. Imagine, for instance, a live AR performance of Hamlet, that is simultaneously beamed into people’s living rooms across the world.”
—Catherine Allen, Cofounder & CEO of Limina Immersive
Apple Vision Pro: Revolutionizing Mixed Reality and Empowering Innovation
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Apple has unveiled the game-changing Apple Vision Pro, a groundbreaking mixed reality headset set to redefine our digital experiences. From immersive gaming to collaborative work environments, this innovative device opens up a world of possibilities. Curious about the latest in Generative AI, Augmented Reality, and tech?
Register now for the next WITI Generative AI Think Tank- Tuesday, June 13 at 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET.
Business Not as Usual
A Safe Space to Talk about Race
The mission of RACE RELAY (TM) is to demonstrate – story is medicine and sharing stories with empathy at the core can be healing.Join the conversation and learn about tackling racial biases.
Starting in 1 hour! Join us today from 3:00 - 5:00 PM PT / 6:00 - 8:00 PM ET.
9 Software Engineering Productivity Secrets to Ignite Innovation Every Day
Want to know our secret to productivity at Salesforce? Ramesh Ragineni, EVP, Software Engineering at Salesforce, is sharing his top nine tips.
WITI Hall of Fame
Olu Maduka is a Founding Board Member and current Chairman of the Board of Women in Energy, Oil, and Gas Nigeria (WEOG). She was the first female member of the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) in 1974, and became the first female Nigerian Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK, the Nigerian Society of Engineers, and the Nigerian Academy of Engineering, as well as the first female President of the latter.
The Invisible Barrier
By WITI Staff Writer
The glass ceiling is a term that describes an invisible barrier that prevents women and other marginalized groups from reaching higher levels of professional success, especially on the corporate ladder.
The term was first used in 1978 by a writer and consultant named Marilyn Loden, who spoke about the hidden obstacles that women faced in their careers. The term later became popularized by a 1986 Wall Street Journal article that discussed the corporate hierarchy and how women seemed to be stuck at lower levels of management.
Hooman Khalili's Sixth Mural
Learn more about Hooman's work and fundraising efforts spotlighting art and human rights issues affecting the world today
WITI Member, Hooman Khalili directs the creation of a mural in Downtown LA honoring the 5 girls from Ekbatan, in support if the Iranian people fighting for their basic human rights.
You Can see the mural on the Neman Brothers Building in Downtown LA.
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