While translation platforms cannot replace humans, writes The Economist, they are still astonishingly useful.
The Economist profiles gendered nouns in the French language, which are becoming controversial as more and more women rise to power.
While critics of unconscious bias training claim it doesn’t move the needle on diversity numbers and can actually reinforce negative stereotypes, Harvard Business Review says a thoughtful and carefully planned program can be a useful component of diversity and inclusion efforts.
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Above the Law advises how to avoid information theft via unsecured wifi.
We tend to assume that creativity wanes with age, but The New York Times suggests that some people actually become more creative as they grow older.