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Part 2: Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

Glass Ceilings, Broken Rungs, and Gummy Floors, Part 2

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Digital Intelligence Index

Bhaskar Chakravorti and Christina Filipovic join the BBC's Digital Planet podcast to discuss how the pandemic sparked an improvement in gender digital parity in select countries in Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia.

How Biden’s “Internet for All” Initiative Can Actually Fulfill Its Mission

Is it possible for an economy to be both digitally inclusive and at the forefront of innovation-based digital growth?

Pride and Prejudice

As the demand for artificial intelligence (AI) grows, so does the demand for AI talent. To find diverse AI talent, companies will need to look outside the usual technology talent hubs, such as the San Francisco Bay Area.

LBGTQ - Affiliate Candidate Prevalence

Benchmarking 90 economies' progress in closing the gender, rural-urban, and socioeconomic digital divide

Pride and Prejudice

Right now, half of Americans aren’t using broadband internet. In an effort to close this digital divide, the Biden administration has launched the Internet for All initiative: a massive investment of funds to expand access to high-speed internet in the world’s most valuable and second most evolved digital economy.

How Biden’s “Internet for All” Initiative Can Actually Fulfill Its Mission

An increase in broadband access in the US reduced Covid mortality rates, with the most significant impact in metro areas. Internet access is an increasingly important tool in the public health toolbox.

Glass Ceilings, Broken Rungs, and Gummy Floors

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is the latest source of funding to expand broadband across the US.

Glass Ceilings, Broken Rungs, and Gummy Floors

High growth sectors and high median wage jobs are still out of reach for college educated Black people in America.

Glass Ceilings, Broken Rungs, and Gummy Floors
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