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Humane algorithms for the time of coronavirusRead More Rediet Abebe: towards an algorithmic justice
Tidbits from BJ Fogg’s Tiny HabitsRead More Are tiny habits useful?
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Confronting the Citizenship Amendment ActRead More They tried to bury us, they didn’t know we were seeds
In early December, I attended the Black In AI workshop (BAI), part of the NeurIPS AI conference held in Vancouver. Timnet Gebru and Rediet Abebe founded BAI three years ago to address the near complete lack of Black and African voices at NeurIPS and other AI conferences. Over that period, the organization has had a […]Read More Notes from the Black In AI 2019 Workshop
How my mother’s death forced me to confront racism in healthcare.Read More Centering the health of Black women
A month back I watched a documentary on Abdus Salam, the first physicist from Pakistan to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. During his lifetime, he made significant contributions to quantum mechanics and was awarded the Nobel for his development of theory of the electroweak interaction. You can watch it on Netflix, here is […]Read More The stateless quantum mechanics of Abdus Salam