The challenge of Venezuela and Latin America and the Caribbean is to generate capacities in educational and inclusive infrastructures that allow training in information technology and information technology for men and women, to promote technological industrial productive development.
The statement was made this Thursday by the Minister for Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez, who is in India participating with the Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, in the IX Conclave of the Industrial Confederation of India and Latin America and the Caribbean, to be held in the city of New Delhi.
Minister Jiménez stressed that work must be done to expand the technical educational fabric of the region, and diversify the economic processes to build a future for our young region.
In this sense, she called for building complementarity and for digital societies to break the gaps between peoples and work on gender inclusion in information technologies and artificial intelligence.
“I would like to highlight from the year 2023 in artificial intelligence, 20% of the development of the platforms is carried out by women, therefore the challenge is to generate capacities in inclusive educational infrastructures in the field of computing and information technology, it must be recognized that the productive capacity in industrial spaces”, she said.