Destroying the Diversity & Inclusion Narrative

Julie and Torin are serious about destroying the lame, losing and punitive Diversity and Inclusion narrative while chasing a narrative of ambition and freedom to explore.

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Accenture: Build Better AI, Apple is for Accessibility, and Amazon Holds Facial Recognition

Can we build more inclusive AI? Accenture is planning for inclusion now. Apple believes accessibility is a human right and are building better, inclusively designed tools for all of us. Amazon continues to hold sales of facial recognition software. Is it enough? The ACLU says nah.

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