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By Dave Bloke
According to the Guardian Amazon has had to ditch it's Artificial Intelligent recruitment bot after it started selecting candidates on merit rather than on some quotas. It had been hoped that the AI would get around the inbuilt bias which are perceived in human recruiters. But no!
According to the Graun, it's the patriarchy innit.
I'd like to know the gender makeup of the team that developed it.
By One percent
Well not quite breakfast but an unrelated males sitting with a woman whilst eating breakfast is.
An Egyptian man in Saudi Arabia has been arrested after a video of him having breakfast with a woman went viral on Twitter.
In the video, a man with an Egyptian dialect eats breakfast beside a womanwearing a full face veil, who many assumed to be Saudi.
This is in contravention of the law in Saudi Arabia, where in workplaces or eateries like McDonald's and Starbucks, families and single men have to sit in different areas.
Women must sit separately from single men in these places.
They are not allowed to exercise most activities without being accompanied by their male guardians, usually a father or husband, but possibly a brother or a son.
dear God, Saudi Arabia should be shunned by every other country until the drag themselves out of the 15th century.
Oh, and the article didn’t explain how she managed to eat breakfast with a full face veil. Poor reporting from the So-Called BBC there
By One percent
A Spanish company has been criticised for allegedly rejecting a woman for a job on the grounds she was not a man.
PR agency Impulsa Comunicación told Carla Forcada the account executive role "needed a man who could handle the pace of working with big companies".
The agency has now been dropped by Coca-Cola and other firms after she posted about it on social media.
The PR agency said that it was never its intention to discriminate against Ms Forcada.
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