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How to mentor and support other women — and help them succeed | Pat Mitchell | TED Talks

Mar 6, 2020 / Pat Mitchell Glenn HarveyPat Mitchell is a serial ceiling smasher: She was the first female president of CNN Productions and PBS and the first woman to own and host a nationally syndicated daily talk show. She is also a passionate mentor, and here, she offers practical advice on how to best empower other … Continue reading How to mentor and support other women — and help them succeed | Pat Mitchell | TED Talks

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DON’T GIVE UP … Believe … PRAY …

In the last couple of weeks many organizations have either laid off staff or completely shut down. The employees are now facing an uncertain future with some entering hopelessness. My take from a personal experience…1. Accept the situation you are in…unemployed but skilled and experienced.2. Quickly drop your former employer’s jacket and cage. It’s over.3. … Continue reading DON’T GIVE UP … Believe … PRAY …

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The main beneficiaries of artificial intelligence success are IT departments themselves | Joe McKendrick | ZDNet

Survey finds majority of companies with AI projects reporting positive results. IT leaders see potential for security analytics and predictive intelligence to improve their delivery of tech services. By Joe McKendrick for Service Oriented |  July 4, 2020 — 16:51 GMT (09:51 PDT) | Topic: Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence, seen as the cure-all for a plethora of enterprise shortfalls, from chatbots to … Continue reading The main beneficiaries of artificial intelligence success are IT departments themselves | Joe McKendrick | ZDNet

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Naomi Oreskes: Feminist Science is Better Science | Andrew Needham | Public Books

6.29.2020 BY ANDREW NEEDHAM American public life is rife with questions of scientific judgment. Does red meat really cause cancers and heart disease, or are such fears overblown? How can scientists tell that climate change is occurring and what the effects of global warming might be? And, perhaps most poignantly, why should lay people trust scientists, … Continue reading Naomi Oreskes: Feminist Science is Better Science | Andrew Needham | Public Books

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