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Will the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’ Include the African Woman?

Or exclude her...

A generation ago, the African woman may have spent hours walking to market, fetching clean water, negotiating paid work, or securing health care. Today she is more likely to wave down a scooter or minivan taxi, enjoy reliable taps, connect by mobile phone, and wave down a mobile clinic with tele-medicine capacity. She strives just as hard as ever, but technology continues to alter the opportunities surrounding her. Ingenuity disrupts entire industries. Automation reduces and replaces human muscle. Innovations overhaul national economies. Cities drain rural populations. All these transformations, for better or worse, shape the outlook of the professional woman…
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Dr. Hynd Bouhia has cumulated more than 20 years of professional experience in high-level leadership positions. She was nominated by Forbes among the 100 most influential women and most influential Arab women in Business (2015), and honored as a member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars (2018). With a ... Read more
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