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WIPIP, PLENARY SESSION 1 — Race, Gender, and IP

Dan Burk, University of California, Irvine School of Law Racial Bias in Algorithmic IP Unpacking bias: divergent meanings: statistical bias (sampling), design (wrong type of model, model created for one purpose used for another), the fact that “raw data” is … Continue reading

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User-generated discontent: patents, gender, and innovation

The NYT has a fascinating story about innovation, menstruation, and the challenges of seeking backing for a project that combines the two. from Blogger http://ift.tt/25AEJ1E

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