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The first book in the series, The Duke and I, has maintained the number one spot on The New York Times' bestsellers list for three weeks straight . Other novels in the historical romance series aren't far behind. © Provided by People LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page in Bridgerton What does the immense success of both the show and the books mean for fans of the romance genre? Readers can expect more "dazzling" adaptations to come.
Google has fired another top artificial intelligence researcher, Margaret Mitchell, in the latest escalation of internal tensions at the company following December’sof Timnit Gebru, a Black AI ethicist. As if the PR fire with Google’s AI ethics team didn’t have enough fuel already.
Mitchell, who formerly lead the team alongside Gebru, was caught using automated scripts to comb through her work emails to find evidence of discrimination and harassment to back up Gebru’s claims,. In January, she lost access to her corporate email after Google launched an investigation into her activity. In a statement to , Google claims Mitchell’s firing followed disciplinary recommendations by investigators and a review committee. Google said she violated the company’s code of conduct and security policies and transferred electronic files outside the company.
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Mitchell announced her termination Friday evening in. When reached for comment by regarding Google’s claims, she told the outlet, “I don’t know about those allegations actually. I mean most of that is news to me.”
She joined the company in 2016 as a senior research scientist and founded Google’s AI ethics team with Gebru. In the past few months, Mitchell has been openly critical of Google’s abrupt dismissal of Gebru, one of the few Black employees at the company (just 3.7% of Google’s U.S. staff are Black according to its). Gebru claims she was fired after raising concerns about the company’s shoddy diversity protocols and its attempt to critical of its products.
Gebru’s firing “created a domino effect of trauma for me and the rest of the team, and I believe we are being increasingly punished for that trauma,” Mitchell wroteFriday. Another leading AI researcher at the company, Alex Hanna, that evening purportedly of an email she received from higher-ups threatening that she is next on the chopping block.
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and experts in the AI community protested Google’s decision to fire Gebru, and it’s lead to increased scrutiny over the company’s AI ethics research. Now it seems internal tensions have started bubbling over as Google attempts to muzzle dissenters and hurriedly turn the page on the controversy by burying it in a flood of policy changes. Earlier this week, Google announced plans to to consolidate leadership under Marian Croak, Google’s VP of engineering. Hours before Mitchell’s firing, Google reportedly sent out an internal email detailing several other new research and diversity policy changes the company’s implementing in the wake of an internal investigation into Gebru’s termination.
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"The most annoying part is having to sit back and be quiet while everybody talks about you and you have to deal with it," she said during an interview with Cosmopolitan UK on Tuesday. © Provided by People Gary Gershoff/Getty "The most annoying part is having to sit back and be quiet while everybody talks about you and you have to deal with it," she said. "People can say whatever they want about me, but unless you know me, you don't really know anything at all." She finds it hard to deal with "people's opinions" of her relationships, she added.