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  • The fourth industrial revolution will eliminate the gender stereotypes created by the first

    For many years, Hollywood has dreamed up science-fiction stories featuring human relationships with machines. As these entities further intertwine in many ways—from the use of machines to augment people to the use of artificial intelligence to understand them—they are revolutionizing the way gender factors into labor structures.

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  • Oprah’s Golden Globes Speech May Make You Yearn for a President Winfrey

    On Sunday night, Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award, the Golden Globes’ prize for lifetime achievement. Her co-star in the upcoming A Wrinkle in Time, Reese Witherspoon, introduced her, using the kind of superlatives and hyperbole many of us have become accustomed to ascribing to the multi-hyphenate: “Oprah’s hugs could end wars, solve world peace,” she said. “It’s like your oldest dearest friend has just seen you after the longest journey of your life.”

    See her full acceptance speech here!

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  • Women Killing It: HR Executive Kristen Pressner Exposes Gender Bias With Her 'Flip It To Test It' Challenge

    “We see men as taking charge, and women as taking care… We internalize these things and have ideas of how women should be… We, even as women, are subject to these same biases. None of us is immune.” Kristen, who supports 35,000 employees across more than 150 countries worldwide, gave a TEDx talk entitled, “Are You Biased? I Am,” telling of her surprising discovery of her own gender bias.

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  • 28 Of The Most Powerful Pieces Of Writing By Women In 2017 | HuffPost

    During these moments, it was always reading that jolted me and my colleagues into action ? a piece about the Women’s March that made us get off our couches and show up, or a piece on a raucous summer blockbuster that made us remember that joy can be a radical act. So for the sixth time we’ve curated a list of pieces that had an effect on us as readers over the last calendar year.

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  • Five Workplace Issues We’ll Be Talking About In 2018

    In a year filled with hot-button issues, we look forward to see where 2018 will take our workplace conversations.

    We thought 2016 was a year of turning points. But we had no idea how 2017 would shape up to hold far more moments that affected the workplace, from the current administration’s changing positions on labor policy issues, to whistleblowers sounding the alarm on sexism, racism, and other unfair practices, to the shifting demographics of the workforce itself with the first members of gen Z making their entry into full-time employment.

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