Don't Let Your Tech Grow Up To Be Biased

In this session Leslie will go over a history of technologies that have been accused of being "racist". She will then offer some simple suggestions everyone can use to keep diversity in mind when developing new products and services.

Leslie Chapman

Leslie Chapman

Distinguished Software Engineer, Comcast

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