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Ask two women to write code that will build a world-changing robot, and you'll get just that—a world-changing robot that measures the pollution in water and saves lives. Ask men to do the same thing, and you'll get a robot that's supposed to replace your mom, feeding you snacks and telling you when to clean your room. At least that's how the story unfolds in a satirical new campaign from Girls Who Code.
With its latest "The Problem With Brogrammers" work, Girls Who Code—a nonprofit aimed at getting more women involved in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM—partnered with CollegeHumor in hopes of showing people, especially young women, that when you learn to code, you can do more than just program a robot to clean your room or drive you to work so you can have nap time in the mornings.