Leadership; Flying U.; Biased AI; Meetups
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Issue #37 // August 16, 2016
From the Center for Creative Leadership, 5 ways to attract and retain women in leadership.

Marie Curie had to study at the secret Flying University because women weren’t allowed to be educated in 19th Century Poland.

Google, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft are all betting big on AI as the future. Unfortunately, sexism, racism and an assumption of sameness pervade the technologies that are powering this evolution.

Tech companies should start offering meetups during the working day, to encourage more people with families to join in.

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