Gender Inequality

We have to fight for a fairer tech industry for women

Through hidden biases and a lack of female representation, we risk confirming – not closing – the global gender gap. Image: Reuters/Benoit Tessier

Gillian Tans

Chairwoman, Booking.com BV

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Women's jobs stand to be disproportionately impacted by AI globally.
Women's jobs stand to be disproportionately impacted by AI globally. Image: Reuters
 Numbers of male v female applicants to AI-related jobs in the US, 2017.
Numbers of male v female applicants to AI-related jobs in the US, 2017. Image: AI Index Report 2018
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