Anoushka: Hi Spiffy! Did you know that the gender gap is a grave problem that is present in the field of STEM? Research shows that girls form only 10-15% of STEM researchers and faculty members in prestigious STEM institutes and research and development labs. In India, there are very few women scientists—for instance, in microbiology India’s female-male ratio was 0.57. The gender gap in STEM is increasing every day due to the deep-rooted patriarchal norms that exist in my country and girls are being denied their rights to education, self-independence, and jobs all because of this patriarchal and male-dominated mindset. GirlLytical is an artificial intelligence-based solution to increase the participation of girls in STEM and reduce the gender gap through learning.