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Technology and bias with Christina Larson

In this fourth episode of the NüVoices Podcast, Alice and Sophie are joined by fellow NüVoices board member Christina Larson, a longtime science and technology reporter on China. The three discuss technology and bias, ranging from the State Council’s social credit system from 2014 to how artificial intelligence mirrors the gender biases in China and the world, and why reproductive issues for a strong economy seem to fall on the shoulders of women.

At the end, for self-care, they recommend The Calligrapher’s Garden, by Hassan Massoudy, The Genius of Birds, by Jennifer Ackerman, Mark Manson’s “Fuck Yes or No,” and sleep.

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