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Can virtual reality help to solve the gender pay gap? (Video)

SAN FRANCISCO — With companies like Apple, Facebook and Salesforce looking more intently at gender parity in their organizations, one Bay Area media startup is using virtual reality to help address the vexing problem. "Much like the old adage that you best learn language through immersion, since this is the most immersive technology there is, it’s also the best way to teach soft skills," says Barry Pousman, CEO of Variable Labs.
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