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In multiple surveys conducted by Mason and her coauthor Nathan Kalmoe, this large, bipartisan minority said violence was at least a little bit justified — particularly if their party lost the 2020 election.
What’s more, the paper’s coauthors said, the models are so large and take in so much data, they are extremely difficult to audit and test, so some of this bias may go undetected.Google’s ouster of a top A.I. researcher may have come down to this|Jeremy Kahn|December 9, 2020|Fortune
Gebru and her coauthors refer to a 2019 paper from Emma Strubell and her collaborators on the carbon emissions and financial costs of large language models.We read the paper that forced Timnit Gebru out of Google. Here’s what it says.|Karen Hao|December 5, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Strategically choosing a male coauthor instead of a female one might never have been an option.The Problem with a New Study on Mentorship in Science - Facts So Romantic|Aubrey Clayton|December 2, 2020|Nautilus
He’s a coauthor of the rice cereal study at the University of Sydney in Australia.Student scientists work to help all of us survive a warmer world|Bethany Brookshire|October 21, 2020|Science News For Students
My job as her coauthor, and more importantly, as her mother, is to let her be herself.How I Write: Lisa Scottoline and Daughter Francesca Serritella|Noah Charney|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Orozco is also the coauthor, with Evangelina Hernández, of From Heaven to Hell in a Day (Del Cielo al Infierno en un Día).
But pull it off he did (with the help of coauthor Benjamin Whitmer).
She is the coauthor of the 2002 book The Mind and the Brain and the author of the 2007 book Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain.
She is the coauthor of Sarah From Alaska: The Sudden Rise and Brutal Education of a New Conservative Superstar.