The computer has a woman’s face. By Pablo J. Boczkowski and Eugenia Mitchelstein for Infobae

The men and “their irons”. This is the popular myth, which suggests a strong identification between the computer and the masculine. What if this were not something natural but the result of discrimination processes that have rendered the role of women invisible in the development of technology?

Eugenia Mitchelstein and Pablo Boczkowski consulted the specialists Marie Hicks, Sarah Banet-Weiser and Brooke Duffy about feminism, gender and discrimination in the technology industry in this column for Infobae

“The recognition of gender discrimination as a constitutive phenomenon instead of an anomaly, and the greater transparency in the organization of the labor market are indispensable strategies to start seeing that digital technology also has the face of a woman,” Mitchelstein and Boczkowski said.

You can read the full column here.