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Stephane Allary is a creative technologist in the labs of the agency DigitasLBi Paris. As a creative, developer and hacker, he guides the agency's creative teams by searching for new synergies between technologies and design. He has over ten years experience in the digital field and is a key asset for any brand looking for digital solutions. Allary is based in Paris and is also an independent artist in the field of new media. He focuses on the intersection of new technology and social behavior in a "contemporary technological mutation context." He describes his works as "protean" and altering of the new paradigms linked to technology, mangled or revealed by a hijack gesture luring the line between the obsolescence and the sustainable, the significant and the insignificant, the visible and the invisible, while using a creative strategy close to some nonsense. Whether it be an interactive installation, a generative design or a object-sculpture, he offers a personal point of view on nowadays behaviors and their consequences through the prism of mutation caused by the digital era.


Reshma Saujani is the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code and the former deputy public advocate of New York City. As Executive Director of the Fund for Public Advocacy, Reshma brought together public and private sectors to encourage entrepreneurship and civic engagement across NYC. Today, she has galvanized industry leaders to close the gender gap in STEM education and empowered girls to pursue careers in technology and engineering through her nonprofit, Girls Who Code. Their mission is to help women reach gender parity in computing fields by exposing more girls to computer science at a young age.

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