again, we should be careful when we criticize a facial recognition algorithm for identifying race and gender "wrong" and instead consider criticizing it for tracking that stuff in the first place. for instance, asking, "what's it used for?"

@wilkie whoo boy the idea of automated systems deciding what my gender is does NOT sound like a fun time to me

@wilkie and, in case the whole thing turns out to be ethical and openly licensed, consider adding yourself to the algorithm's training data if you're misdetected.

On a similar note, Mozilla's "Common Voice" (non-cloud speech recognition project) still needs more non-male voices:

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