How women are already losing in the war against robots taking their jobs

Quite a leap to draw this conclusion, I think, but encouraging that the WEF is looking closely at this as an issue before this type of job market is upon us. Yahoo:

When it came to the breakdown of what types of jobs men and women would have in AI, women were more likely to be employed as data analysts, researchers, information managers, and teachers. This would therefore position themselves in lower paid positions and on a career path that would make it less likely for them to gain a senior role. Men, on the other hand, are more likely to be employed as software engineers, heads of engineering, heads of IT,  and chief executives.