We need qualified and honest people, disregarding of gender, sexuality or ethnicity Code has no…
Cris Orlando

I understand why you feel this way, but the code we write is to solve problems. When we solve problems, we consider patterns and information we’ve been exposed to, and we apply data to situations we relate to to ultimately architect and program software.

Are you aware that biased automation already exists?

Racism and sexism and anti-semitism and anythingism isn’t always brazen and obvious. More often it is a compounding systematic bias that becomes the foundation and walls of design, subtle and asleep until someone outside of those unrecognized restrictions enters it.

We need the input of many backgrounds and personalities to progress forward. Nature prefers it, and propels and strengthens with diversity.

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