Widely used music algorithms are more likely to recommend and select music by male artists, at the detriment of female musicians. A new study addresses gender disparities in music-based algorithms.
Researchers set forth a new summary of the forms gender bias can take and propose a new checklist to remedy the problems they discovered.
A new study reports faces of people we believe to be more competent are also perceived to be more masculine.
Findings reveal female patients were perceived to be in less pain than males who reported and exhibited the same level of pain intensity.
Study reports girls and boys show similar rates of concern for ASD and identifies several biases contributing to the inflated sex ratio for autism diagnosis. The findings could help with the early identification of girls on the autism spectrum.
People consider male magicians to be more skilled than women, even when they perform the same trick. However, the gender bias disappears when people are asked to think more critically about the tricks performed and figure out their own solutions.