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2014/10/01 16:42
2014/10/01 16:42
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If we want a more prosperous and innovative economy, we can’t leave half the population behind. This isn’t a feminist rant. Academics and economists — most of whom are men — are singing the same tune....
2014/10/01 16:42
2014/10/01 16:42
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2014/09/28 17:22
2014/09/28 17:22
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There’s a trend of women reaching out to build new networks, organizations, and systems for women to assist each other. Women in the fields of STEM have used both formal and informal systems to...
2014/09/26 02:54
2014/09/26 02:54
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Want to Read More? Spanning religious history and theology, electoral and global politics and the worldview of Russia’s future leaders, Duke writers explore a wide array of topics in their latest...
2014/09/25 21:49
2014/09/25 21:49
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer maintains her feminine style at a 2013 conference in San Francisco NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The boys club of Silicon Valley finally may be starting to take dues from...
2014/09/25 14:22
2014/09/25 14:22
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It's a pretty safe bet that no male CEOs can match this story: Heidi Roizen, cofounder and CEO of software company T/Maker, recalls working on a “company-defining deal” with a major PC manufacturer...
2014/09/24 18:16
2014/09/24 18:16
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Satya Nadella was like many newly minted Indian engineers in the ’80s: disciplined, determined, crazy about cricket and in possession of a U.S. visa. A ticket to America was the gold twentysomething...
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2014/09/23 19:39
2014/09/23 19:39
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As a former physician, I shivered a bit when I heard Dr. Vivek Wadhwa say he would rather have an artificial-intelligence doctor than a human one. “I would trust an AI over a doctor any day,” he...
2014/09/22 21:18
2014/09/22 21:18
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At present, solar power accounts for a scant 0.23% of US energy consumption, and about 1% of energy consumption worldwide. However, the artificial-intelligence pioneer points out that solar power use...
2014/09/19 23:43
2014/09/19 23:43
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In the 1980s, leading consultants were skeptical about cellular phones. McKinsey & Company noted that the handsets were heavy, batteries didn’t last long, coverage was patchy, and the cost per minute...
2014/09/19 12:38
2014/09/19 12:38
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CNET en Español, CNET's Spanish-language sister site, turns 1 year old today. As its managing editor, it's been an incredible journey. We have accomplished a lot as a team. Sure, we cover product...
2014/09/19 12:19
2014/09/19 12:19
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2014/09/10 20:08
2014/09/10 20:08
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Vivek Wadhwa, Marissa Mayer, Sheryl Sandberg At the 2009 TechCrunch Crunchies Awards, my wife, Tavinder, asked, "Where are the women?" That one comment opened my eyes to an ugly reality: just as no...
2014/09/08 11:19
2014/09/08 11:19
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With nearly 16 million programmers in the world, at 10 to 15 percent women, there are more than two million female programmers — but we never see them. Technical women remain largely invisible and...
2014/10/01 16:42
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