Sophie Wilson, the inventor of the ARM processor instruction set which is used in thousands of products from mobile phones and tablets, to televisions and video games, revealed how schools shouldn't shoulder the responsibility of getting more women into the technology industry.

Speaking to IBTimes UK exclusively at the Lovie Awards 2014 in London, where she won the Lifetime Achievement gong, Wilson, who was also the designer of the Acorn Micro-Computer, told us about her top tips for getting more women into tech and that it doesn't necessarily have to start in the classroom.