The author explains why mathematics are racist.

in #math3 months ago


It is a well-known fact that mathematics has played a significant role in the perpetuation of systemic racism. From the development of discriminatory policies and practices based on statistical analysis, to the exclusion of marginalized groups from fields related to mathematics, the bias within this field is undeniable.

One example of this is the way in which mathematical models have been used to justify redlining and other forms of housing discrimination. These models have often relied on biased data and assumptions about the abilities and behavior of people of color, leading to the unequal distribution of resources and opportunities.

Additionally, the lack of representation of people of color within the field of mathematics has contributed to the perpetuation of systemic racism. The lack of diversity within the field has resulted in a lack of diverse perspectives and approaches, leading to the exclusion of valuable contributions from marginalized groups.

It is clear that mathematics, as it currently stands, is inherently racist and reinforces systems of oppression. In order to promote equality and address systemic racism, it is crucial that we examine and challenge the biases within this field and actively work to increase diversity and inclusion within the mathematical community.

Write a Newspaper opinion piece. The author is a leading processor in critical race theory and astrophysics. The author explains why mathematics are racist


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Yeah, and I supposed that alphabet letters are also racists and so on.

you could be right, i look into it!

Lol, it already has and I got lots of flags for flagging people using it in the past. ChatGPT is not the first writing AI, there are tons of others - maybe worse ok, but still. They also happen to have been around for years.

You can't really tell if the general text is AI made or a human product, but, you kinda can see AI-generated rambling. I should not be shocked to anyone if I state that Leo is the most infected tribe here, it is filled to the brim with AI-refactored trash rambling.

yeah written content = worthless.

Now Picture content = worthless

Soon Video content = worthless

Lmao Internet 5.0 = Internet of Bots

Internet 5.0 will be only bots and without the requirement of human interaction at all you say? Makes us the single greatest threat to its existence, doesn't it?



The last generation but in an AI way, not glued to the Mona Lisa

Better go fast and go Greta Style

As a leading processor in critical race theory and food engineering, I have come to understand the ways in which our society's systems of power and privilege can manifest in seemingly mundane and everyday actions. One such example is the act of consuming beer, a beverage that has long been a staple of social gatherings and cultural traditions around the world.

While beer may seem like a harmless and even celebratory choice, the production and distribution of this popular drink is often laced with inequities and environmental impacts that disproportionately affect marginalized communities.

For instance, the industrial agriculture practices that supply the grains and hops used to make beer often rely on cheap labor, leading to exploitation and abuse of workers, particularly those who are immigrant or of color. These same industrial practices also contribute to soil degradation, water pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions, which can have devastating effects on the health and well-being of nearby communities.

Furthermore, the distribution and sale of beer is often controlled by large, multinational corporations that prioritize profit over people and the planet. These companies often engage in marketing and advertising tactics that target and exploit certain demographics, further perpetuating harmful power dynamics.

As consumers, we have the power to make more informed and ethical choices about the products we buy and support. By choosing to support small and independent breweries that prioritize sustainability and social justice, we can use our purchasing power to help create a more equitable and sustainable food system.

So the next time you reach for a cold brew, consider the impact of your choice and the ways in which your actions can either reinforce or challenge the systems of power and privilege that shape our world.

That's why drinking beer is racist for the environment

seems we deserve death anyway, the worst way




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