Women and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Delivering sustainable economic growth
Posted Jun 29, 2019 | Chatham House, Gitika Bhardwaj

Some machine learning applications have been found to replicate the social biases on gender fed into them. In exploring the progress of women in international affairs, Gitika Bhardwaj of Chatham House talks to mathematician Anne-Marie Imafidon about the impact of technological change on women; how processes can be improved so as not to perpetuate gender biases; and who is responsible for oversight. They explore the challenges that women face in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, how it could affect women in developed and developing countries, in low-skilled and high-skilled jobs, and from low-income and high-income backgrounds.



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