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Women are more vulnerable to automation of jobs.


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Bias and Discrimination

There's "a growing body of evidence that automation is disproportionately impacting women, with the overwhelming majority of high paid, high-tech jobs taken up by men," according to Dr. Cevat Giray Aksoy. In this way, automation threatens to further exacerbate the existing gender pay gap.

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