Kathryn Parsons, Founder & CEO of Decoded, is featured in an article by the Financial Times regarding the battle female entrepreneurs in the UK face for a fair share of funding.
Kathryn Parsons, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Decoded, is mentioned in an article by the Financial Times regarding the acceleration of many societal shifts due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kathryn Parsons, Founder & CEO of Decoded, is featured in an article by Marie Claire regarding her role as a judge for Marie Claire's Future Shapers 2020.
“Broadband, wifi and smartphones made email constantly available, but people kept dealing with new mail as it arrived, as they had in the dial-up era.” ... Kathryn Parsons is the chief executive of a British tech company called Decoded who decided to quit email five years ago. It did not last, as I discovered after contacting her the other day – by email. She said her email ban had been an experiment that she had decided to try for three months after hearing about new internal work messaging tools like Slack...
Parsons said: “Some of the most profound uses of, and innovations in, technology have been made by women, from Katie Bouman imaging black holes in 2019 to Ada Lovelace creating the first ever computer algorithm in the 1840s. Let no one say that technology or computer science is not a place for a woman. It is a place where women can thrive and pioneer. Most importantly, the technological tools of today, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence, are incredibly powerful.