CES' sexism problem is about more than booth babes and pink robots

CES is a place of extremes. Each year, tech companies big and small spare no expense in coming up with bizarre ways to showcase their (often relatively mundane) gadgetry: massive tunnels made of huge OLED displays , home appliances with built-in assistants, and weird concept cars unlikely to make it far beyond the Las Vegas Convention Center floor.
But, peer behind the over-the-top displays of headline-grabbing "innovation," and there's a troubling truth that should come as little surprise to anyone in the industry: CES still fuels the sexist narratives so many have worked to change over the last year.  Read more... More about Tech , Ces , Ces 2018 , Tech , and Consumer Tech

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