Design bias, explained

Many machines contain racial bias in their design — and the consequences can be deadly. Here's how even technology is built with racial prejudice.

02/16/2021 1:26 PMupdated: 02/16/2021 1:50 PM


  • Jamie L.
    11/05/2021 03:46

    are you following this young man?!?! You should be. What he’s bringing to the masses is life changing for people of color.

  • Michael K.
    02/17/2021 17:22

    This isn’t racism, poor design and research yes... lazy engineering.. yes... inconsideration? Probably a little... but believe me nobody at these companies is trying to make a device to exclude anybody. Everyone’s money is green and the moment you follow the money you will really understand how things work in the world

  • Anirban D.
    02/17/2021 16:55

    Machine always against humanity. Who cares 🤣

  • Rhonda B.
    02/17/2021 01:27

    Your rascist

  • Amaka D.
    02/16/2021 21:57

    My goodness! This one weak me oo🙆‍♀️

  • Patrick M.
    02/16/2021 18:47

    This is some garbage. Technology is racist....really?

  • Brut
    02/16/2021 17:27

    You can find more videos by Joel Bervell on TikTok:

  • Joel B.
    02/16/2021 17:09

    Thanks so much for sharing this story!! For anyone that wants to read the study about disparities in Pulse Oximeters based on skin color, here's the link: I also talk about disparities in medicine on my TikTok (@joelbervell) and Instagram (@joelbervell)

  • Benjamin R.
    02/16/2021 14:51

    It measures in the nail beds where there’s not a huge difference with skin pigmentation. This is reaching a bit.

  • Tracy D.
    02/16/2021 14:18

    Oh.. My.. Gosh.. Over Reaching Much?... 😆

  • Mitchell G.
    02/16/2021 14:04

    Breaking news technology isn't perfect

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