Shalene Wuttunee Jobin unpacks how the current economic system is designed for exploitation, and offers an alternative economic model based in Cree worldviews.
Equity-minded observers can bring a sociological lens to understand the potential for ML tools like ChatGPT to reproduce social inequalities even while appearing neutral and objective.
The cultural devaluation of female-typed job responsibilities has broad consequences for society.
Alleviating disability discrimination in schools will require bigger-picture changes, so that it’s not seen as a zero-sum game.
There are ways to sharpen your skills, test unknown vocations and find new passions — all in a low-risk way. There can be real opportunity in staying put but shaking things up.
It's tempting to think that an inclusive approach to analytics is just an add-on to a day-to-day job, or worse, isn't profitable. But, those are all just myths.
How can we make remote work a plus instead of a penalty for gender equality?
The pandemic has forced society to recognize that care work is inextricably linked to social and economic outcomes. Prioritizing it will help us all in future crises.
Global authorities have proposed interventions to improve the telecommuting experience, such as establishing work–life boundary strategies, and maintaining regular social interactions. However, the potential negative gendered consequences of remote work remain under-acknowledged.
Rotman Management Magazine
Carmina Ravanera and Sarah Kaplan discuss how business leaders, policymakers and researchers must work together to prevent the reinforcement of inequality through technology.