A new study that used AI to analyze 2M+ contributions by ~365K developers on GitHub finds users with white-sounding names may have more success on the platform (Issie Lapowsky/Protocol)

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A new study that used AI to analyze 2M+ contributions by ~365K developers on GitHub finds users with white-sounding names may have more success on the platform (Issie Lapowsky/Protocol)

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A new study that used AI to analyze 2M+ contributions by ~365K developers on GitHub finds users with white-sounding names may have more success on the platform  —  Software developers with white-sounding names may have more success on GitHub than developers whose names are perceived as Black …

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