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The Departure of 2 Google AI Researchers Spurs More Fallout

 SOME of the world’s top minds in robotics and machine learning convened for a virtual, invite-only research workshop hosted by ...

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White professor sues NJ college, claims his black colleagues are paid more

A white chemistry professor in Camden, NJ, is suing his college, claiming he suffers “embarrassment and humiliation” because his ...

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March jobs report is expected to be strong and show the beginning of a hiring surge

Employers are expected to have hired at a strong pace in March as the economy continued to reopen and more people were vaccinated. “Once ...

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Gender equality has taken a step backward — how can we make it right?

Women were already facing greater obstacles — COVID-19 made it worse Even before the pandemic, financial wellness had an especially ...

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Former Yale psychiatrist says she was fired after Alan Dershowitz complained about anti-Trump tweets

A formerly Yale-affiliated faculty member says she was unjustly sacked after attorney Alan Dershowitz complained about her ...

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Where Women Scientists Are the Majority

Women physicists from Lebanon, Palestine, Pakistan, and Egypt share their thoughts about being scientists in places where women make up a much ...

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How Kim Ng Broke Baseball’s Glass Ceiling

Starting in the early 2000s, sports pundits began predicting that, any moment now, Kim Ng would become the first female general manager ...

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7 Women Scientists Who Defied the Odds and Changed Science Forever

As with many industries, science has a woman problem. Only around 30 percent of researchers around the world are women according to UNESECO, and ...

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