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MIT hosts kickoff event of Massachusetts STEM Week — a statewide virtual celebration of K-12 education.
Space research, led by a diverse team of women scientists, will be presented at this year's AIAA Ascend Conference.
People speak as many as 800 languages in New York alone. With A Counting, Ekene Ijeoma aims to represent every single one.
Chelsea Barabas shares her thoughts on these topics in an episode of the Philosophical Disquisitions podcast.
Joshua B. Hoe interviews Chelsea Barabas of MIT about criminal justice monitoring, surveillance, and algorithms
Poetic Justice head Ekene Ijeoma talks to NPR about his work, from Deconstructed Anthems to A Counting.
Listen to Danielle Wood speak in a new episode of the Stories of Transformation podcast.
If the space industry wants to become more diverse, it must come to terms with how racially motivated decisions shape the country, Wood said
“This is why we keep seeing race science emerging time and again," writes Chelsea Barabas. "It’s because publishers publish it."
Like too many science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the aerospace sector in the US is populated mainly by white people.
By Chelsea Barabas, Karthik Dinakar, and Colin DoyleTwenty-seven prominent researchers from MIT, Harvard, Princeton, NYU,&nbs...
Congratulations to Joy Buolamwini and Amanda Nguyen for being recognized in the "Advocates" category.
Joy Buolamwini talks to Frontline about bias in AI, and what can be done about it.
An exhibition at the Barbican in London features work from OpenAg, the Mediated Matter group, Joy Buolamwini, and more.
Pretrial risk assessments draw from “deeply flawed data" generated from arrest and conviction records, say researchers.
Joy Buolamwini has been selected as one of Fortune Magazine’s “40 Under 40.”
Joy Buolamwini talks to the AP about her work on algorithmic bias.
An open letter asking Amazon to stop selling Rekognition to law enforcement agencies.
More than three dozen AI researchers have signed an open letter asking Amazon to stop selling Rekognition to law enforcement agencies.
Now activists are working to bring women, and feminism, back to Silicon Valley.
Tech companies working on artificial intelligence find that a diverse staff can help avoid biased algorithms that cause public embarrassment
Jaleesa Trapp led a discussion at her alma mater about antiracist approaches to engaging young people from marginalized groups in STEM.
Joy Buolamwini’s essay is featured in the Optimists issue of Time, guest-edited by Ava DuVernay.
"We must provide a mechanism for civil society to be informed and engaged in the way in which algorithms are used."
Amazon’s system had more difficulty identifying the gender of female and darker-skinned faces than similar services from IBM and Microsoft.
Thoughts from the Media Lab's Space Enabled group and Space Exploration Initiative