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Bot to help Financial Times quote more women

Claudia Ciobanu
Claudia CiobanuNewsMavens, Central & Eastern Europe

The Financial Times, an influential paper read by the world's most powerful, has finally realized it was quoting women too rarely. So it's now introducing a bot to raise an alarm if too few women are quoted in an article. 

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