Currently, the average percentage of female programmers in companies such as Twitter, Google or Facebook is 15%. And only 29 in every 1,000 women graduate with science degrees. There is a long way to go to achieve real equality in the technological field. But there is also good news: humanities profiles such as that of Aranda, who has a degree in Hispanic philology, have already reached the world of technology and their role is far from secondary. Artificial intelligence can give machines cognitive abilities and for this to happen we need linguists, philosophers, historians, sociologists, etc. to complement the technical vision of engineers and computer scientists to create algorithms that will help to create a better world. For everyone.