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Noshad Azad

Artificial intelligence (AI) cannot be recognized by race, gender, color, or class, according to Joy Buolamwini's article. She disagrees with facial recognition software. In her speech, she supports colored people. The speech titled "Ain't I a Woman" explained how society discriminates against colored women.

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