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D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Racial bias, Allyship, and more

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we talk about new research about allyship, racial bias in OpenAI's ChatGPT when ranking resumes, high schools in Taiwan offering mental health leave to students, and a great story about an all-women-run Indian kitchen.

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Interesting new research about allyship, and how potential allies may underestimate how much their efforts are appreciated. Read more here.

Racial bias

A new Bloomberg analysis found that OpenAI's ChatGPT shows signs of racial bias when ranking resumes, favouring names associated with certain racial groups for different jobs.

Mental health

High schools in Taiwan will now offer mental health leave to students. This is part of a trial run aimed at addressing the rising rates of youth suicide and depression. Read more here.

Women empowerment

Great story about Asma Khan, the owner of the restaurant Darjeeling Express in London. She shares her journey and how she uses her all-women-run kitchen as a platform to advocate for better gender equality and women's empowerment.

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