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re: How software can be racist (and what you can do to stop it) VIEW POST

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re: Excellent article, Glenn, thank you! I have a particular interest in this space. In 2016, I was the editor for the race section of the Responsible...
 

Thank you for the engineering context paper. I'll look that one out.
Often the social problems are with mis-use of terms as euphemisms for the local cultural bias ("what school did you go to?" - Saint X means they're Catholic, hence not employed here...). It's often these little 'hints' that quickly build to the misplaced biases of sexism and racism (and the others).

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