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    Tech giant Google announced this week that it plans to use a skin tone palette featuring 10 different shades of skin color for its apps to reduce bias in its AI system. The Hill reports that tech giant Google announced this week that it will be implementing a new Monk Skin Tone (MST) Scale into its various products over the next few months, stating that the move was an effort to support inclusive products and research in the industry. The MST scale was created by Harvard professor and sociologist Ellis Monk and was designed to be used in the development and evaluation of technology while representing a broader range of skin tones; something which AI machine learning models have struggled with in the past. Pregnant man emoji in different skin colors (Emoji 14.0) In a statement, Monk said: In our research, we found that a lot of the time people feel they’re lumped into racial categories, but there’s all this heterogeneity with ethnic and racial categories. And many methods of categorization, including past skin tone scales, don’t pay attention to this diversity....
    CHELSEA Houska's fans begged the star to "chill with the bronzer" in a new pic following her blackfishing accusations. The Teen Mom alum has faced scrutiny over her darker complexion in recent months. 5Fans slammed Chelsea for her appearance, begging her to 'chill with the bronzer'Credit: Instagram 5The reality star has faced accusations of blackfishing due to her much darker complexionCredit: Instagram Critics again bashed the reality star after noticing her unnaturally darker skin tone on her Instagram Stories. Chelsea took to the platform to take a poll of her followers' preferred lash style for "research" when the backlash reignited. The licensed esthetician asked whether users favored natural or big lashes in the quick clip taken in her car. The TV star donned a pair of long fake eyelashes and heavy makeup with her black hair flowing down in waves. Reddit users, however, were more focused on Chelsea's own beauty regimen, making their feelings known in the comments. One person mocked the TV star for her eye makeup, writing: "Like she’s actually going to change her beauty habits...
    Getty Images Fans accused Lisa Rinna of blackfishing. Erika Jayne and the rest of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast were on-hand for the 70s-themed launch party for Rinna Beauty. Erika and her BFF Lisa Rinna posed for photos together, one of which Erika decided to share on her Instagram feed on January 20, 2022. The caption she chose, however, didn’t go over well with fans, many of whom accused Rinna of blackfishing. “Donna and Jerry,” the original caption read, according to Page Six, referencing Donna Summer and Jerry Hall. In the pic, Rinna’s skin appeared extremely bronzed, which caused some fans to show concern in the comments section. It didn’t take long for Erika to change the caption to “Cher and Jerry,” though she hasn’t deleted the picture despite the backlash. Here’s what you need to know:Some Fans Felt That Rinna’s Makeup Was too Dark While Others Thought it May Have Been the Result of a Bad Filter or Poor Lighting View this post on Instagram A post shared by ERIKA JAYNE (@theprettymess) Erika’s post...
    While robots and electric vehicles take the spotlight at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, there is another class of technology that also deserves some of the limelight - smartphone headphones and earbuds. This year's tech conference is packed with new technologies to improve your listening experience while on the go, at the gym or even in the office. Luxury audio brand Mark Levinson launched its first pair over headphones that boast noise-canceling, a leather-padded headband and a $999 price tag - making them possibly the most expensive pair on the market. Other devices featured at CES are earbuds that match your skin tone, 'invisible' headphones and a bone-conduction pair specifically made for runners. Luxury audio brand Mark Levinson launched its first pair over headphones that boast noise-canceling, a leather-padded headband and a $999 price tag - making them possibly the most expensive pair on the market CES, which is held in Las Vegas, is expected to host more than 50,000 people and 2,200 exhibitors, but is also closing its doors a day early due to coronavirus cases spiking around the...
    More On: prince harry Prince Harry gets apology from PI that ‘robbed’ him of teen years Score these royal favorites in J.Crew’s Black Friday sale Meghan Markle, Prince Harry once hid in plain sight in Halloween costumes Prince Harry, Meghan Markle won’t join frail Queen Elizabeth for Christmas A new book claims that Prince Charles speculated about the skin tone of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children — and unwittingly triggered the rift between the couple and the British royal family. This is according to a well-placed source in author Christopher Andersen’s book “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” (Gallery), out Tuesday. The source reported that on Nov. 27, 2017 — the same morning the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was officially announced — Prince Charles mused to his wife, Camilla, “I wonder what the children will look like?” The insider said that Camilla was “somewhat taken aback” by the question and replied, “Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m certain.” Lowering his voice, Charles asked: “I mean, what do you think their...
    ELON Musk's plan to move mankind to Mars could end up with "Martian" children suffering an array of mutations such as "green" skin, brittle bones and poor eyesight. The SpaceX mogul insists he will move to Mars and believes humans need to colonise our neighbouring planet to become a "multi-planet species". 3How a human child born on Mars may look However, experts warn that it's not just the perilous 140 million mile journey which would be dangerous - humans on Mars would endure the most brutal living conditions imaginable. But it's the children of Martian settlers who would undergo the most drastic of changes. It comes as SpaceX successfully launched four astronauts to the International Space Station as part of the Crew-3 mission. According to Rice University biologist Scott Solomon, these evolutionary changes would happen much quicker than they would on Earth because of the vast changes in lifestyle, gravity and radiation. Firstly, Mars is smaller than Earth and it has 38 per cent less gravity. It also lacks a global magnetic field, a thick atmosphere and a protective...
    Oprah has kicked off the festive season with a budget-friendly bang after unveiling a very thrifty version of her annual Favorite Things list.   This year's gift guide, which typically includes an array of lavish offerings, has been filled with many more low-cost items, with the billionaire TV mogul including more than three dozens suggestions that cost under $50.  In total, the 2021 Favorite Things list features 111 gift ideas, which range from a $2,295 at home work-out machine to a $12 eyeshadow palette; the guide will appear in the Winter 2021 issue of O Quarterly and is now live on OprahDaily.com.  According to Oprah, many of the items have been selected from either small businesses, women-owned brands, or companies owned by people of color.   Oprah has shared her favorite items from 2021, and they are shockingly cheap. The thrifty list contains 43 items under $50 'After this past year, I think we all deserve some surprises and delights for the holiday season,' she said. The Crayon Case eyeshadow palette is only $12 and is a perfect gift for someone young and fun 'That’s...
    MODEL Jourdan Dunn loves a veil — but she’ll be lifting it to reveal her TV faves. The 31-year-old will appear in a Gogglebox special featuring only black stars as part of Channel 4’s Black To Front project. 4Jourdan Dunn showed off her stunning figure in this latest snap 4The Brit supermodel donned an electric blue blazer and a veil It will see black talent present all the broadcaster’s biggest shows to promote black culture. And judging by Jourdan’s hat, she knows a lot about net works. Last May, the Brit supermodel has spoken out about racism in modelling — claiming that she was paid less than pals Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss because of her “skin tone”. Jourdan, who has starred in high-fashion campaigns across the globe, said: “Even for me now it’s just owning your voice and knowing your worth. “When I think about that it’s so f****d up, like what is the difference? But clearly the difference is the skin tone." Most read in The US SunROYAL RIFT 'Puzzled' Queen is 'constantly frustrated by Prince Charles'...
    Kim Kardashian appears with glitters, poses with nothing on top! | Instagram Once again the flirty businesswoman and social media celebrity Kim Kardashian has made it clear why she continues to be the favorite of the Kardashian Jenner clan, she is showing her charms without any garmentInstead of clothes, she is wearing glitter. Perhaps the fashion of wearing glitter on the skin is out of fashion, but in the event that Kim kardashian I would use them again, surely more than one would decide to use them again to be fashionable just like the famous businesswoman and socialite. It was on March 5, 2019 that this photo was shared where we see her show off her characteristic enormous charms, her tiny waist and wide hips, all in front of the mirror. It may interest you: Mia Khalifa exposes her figure with tiny black lace! Kim Kardashian has her hair collected, in the image she was using it in a platinum tone, few have been the occasions when it appears with a whole much lighter than its natural...
    Smilies were created in yellow to be race neutral. By Aaron smith (CNNMoney) – Emoji are going to be racially diverse, with the launch of the first black and white emoji next year. Unicode, the organization that develops emojis, said that a diverse series of skin tones will be available when Unicode Version 8.0 is released in June 2015. This will include not just the existing yellows, but five other shades, ranging from pink and brown to black. “People all over the world want to have an emoji that reflects more human diversity, especially for skin tone,” said Unicode, in a report with design recommendations. Emoji are text telephone pictograms known as emoticons used to express feelings. The faces are yellow, with a skin tone that mimics the Caucasian characters in The Simpsons. Emoji were developed in Japan in 1999 for mobile phones. In Japanese, emoji means character written in picture. They originally aimed to be race neutral, similar to the people with gray skin in Ursula Le Guin’s science fiction novel The Celestial Wheel. “Unicode emoji characters...
    Naomi Osaka would have been forgiven for turning her back on Japan when the time came to choose her citizenship.  Her mother Tamaki grew up in Hokkaido, Japan, and her father Leonard Francis grew up in Haiti. To many in Japanese society Osaka was different and as she rose to success, media began to ask, how Japanese really is Osaka? She was challenged on her culture, her grasp of Japanese, discriminated against for her differences and yet heads home for the Olympic Games this summer as Japan's poster girl. Now having been given the honour of lighting the Olympic cauldron at the opening ceremony on Friday, the world No 2 has the chance to win the first tennis gold medal in Japanese history. It would be momentous - and not just in terms of sporting achievement.  Naomi Osaka is Japan's poster girl for the Olympic Games this summer and her status as such is important in a country that is looking to change its image in the face of homogeneity  Osaka's success has been feverishly debated in media...
    Hilaria Baldwin had a witty response to trolls who have "quite a bit of time" on their hands. Alec Baldwin's wife took to her Instagram Story on Wednesday after seemingly receiving criticizing comments about her kids. The couple, who share six children together, were enjoying some summer fun on Tuesday while on a boat ride. Early Wednesday, Hilaria shared a selfie with her youngest daughter Maria Lucia and a message that reads: "I know…I know, sleuths…my skin is darker and my kids' is lighter. Yes, they are mine." "Trying to keep up with all these ideas…I have to say: you have quite a bit of time on your hands," she added. HILARIA BALDWIN REVEALS SHE WAS APPROACHED BY 'A FEW MEN' WHO SAID 'INAPPROPRIATE THINGS' WHILE WALKING DOGS Hilaria Baldwin responded to criticism she received over her children's skin color on Instagram. (Getty Images) Hilaria's message also included laughing and heart emojis, appearing to show that she isn't letting the negative commentary get to her. The fitness instructor's clapback comes months after she came under fire for a...
    C Flanigan/Getty Images Kate Winslet told Allure she changes her foundation shade based on her menstrual cycle.  Winslet said she adjusts the tone of her foundation because her skin gets inflamed towards the middle of her cycle.  Generally, inflammation increases during your period which can change your skin tone.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Actress Kate Winslet told Allure she changes her foundation shade based on where she's at in her menstrual cycle. Because inflammation during your period can change the tone and color of your skin, Winslet likes to keep different foundation shades on hand to switch between during her menstrual cycle.  "At the beginning of my cycle, my skin is a lot more even," Winslet, 45, explains. "In the middle of my cycle, everything fires up a little bit, so I mix a couple of tones." The middle of the cycle is marked by when your body is ovulating, a process that usually takes place two weeks before you start your period and lasts for 24 hours.  Winslet's strategy might be a great way...
    Loading the player... Correos, Spain’s postal received widespread backlash in connection to the release of their skin-tone stamps – the lightest ones being the most valuable – in promotion of an anti-racism campaign. Equality Stamps collection listed four stamps – from palest to darkest – with the darkest tone costing the cheapest, meaning to reflect the value Spainards place on people based on their skin color, according to the campaign. The pale stamp costs 1.60 euros ($1.95 in the U.S.) while the darkest costs 0.70 euros (85 cents in the U.S.) Read More: Monica sends message to fans from hospital bed – ‘Forgive your parents’ Days after its launch on Tuesday, Correos removed the stamps after people online accused the postal service of being tone-death, CNN reported. Many people believed the stamps fed into racism rather than actively combating it. A spokesperson for Correos told the outlet that the postal service “will not make comments” surrounding the criticism and sales of the stamps ended on Friday. The spokesperson also noted that “Correos is an anti-racist company.”...
    The four Equality stamps released by Correos. Correos The Spanish postal service's anti-racism campaign drew backlash this week. "Equality Stamps" were released in four skin tones — and the lighter the color, the more it cost. Correos said its pricing was made to encourage people to use darker stamps more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Spain's postal service attempted to take a stand against racism this week — by creating skin-tone stamps that were more valuable if they were lighter. The "Equality Stamps" feature four skin-tone stamps were released on Tuesday, the anniversary of George Floyd's death. But the four stamps dropped in value the darker they become, with the whitest worth 1.60 euros ($1.95) and the darkest worth just 70 cent ($0.85). Correos, the state-owned postal company, said its pricing model was made to encourage people to use the darker stamps more. "The darker the stamp, the less value it will have, therefore, when making a shipment, it will be necessary to use more black stamps than white ones," it said in a news release...
    TEEN Mom 2 fans slammed show alum, Chelsea Houska, for looking "orange." Redditors point out the "difference in skin tone" compared to that of her toddler daughter, Layne. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 9NINTCHDBPICT000653320805Credit: Instagram 9NINTCHDBPICT000630177502Credit: MTV The TeenMomOGandTeenMom2 Reddit account shared a snap of Chelsea and her two-year-old daughter, Layne, captioned: "That skin tone difference is killing me." Chelsea's bronze skin appeared almost orange compared to that of Layne. Fans agreed commenting: "Oompa Loompa orange is all the rage." Others added: "I think someday she'll look back at her pictures and be embarrassed that she was always so orange. It's jarring seeing her next to people with a more normal skin tone." 9Credit: Reddit 9Credit: Reddit 9Credit: Reddit 9Credit: Reddit 9Credit: Reddit Another follower weighed in on Chelsea's appearance, writing: "Wtf… she looks like an idiot. Does she have no friends or fans to tell her to stop? I understood it in 2009. There's no longer an excuse to be orange." Others put it plainly: "That orange really is getting bad." Another agreed:...
    British model Jourdan Dunn says it is “fucked up” that she has been paid less than her white peers, such as Cara Delevigne and Karlie Kloss, supposedly because of her “skin tone.” “The girls that I came up with, like, my best friends in the industry, Cara and Karlie, like, I know for a fact that their rate was different to my rate, even though we came up the same, and we were doing the same jobs,” Dunn (pictured, left) said in a recent interview on TTYA Talks podcast. Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne attend Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2013 at Berkeley Square Gardens on June 4, 2013 in London, England. (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images) “And, like, when I think about it, I’m like, ‘That is so fucked up,’ like, what is the difference? Really and truly? But clearly the difference is the skin tone,” the model added. Dunn went on to vow that she will demand higher compensation going forward. “I know I’m worth it — I know my worth, okay?” the model said. “So, like, I am going to...
    Jourdan Dunn has claimed she has been paid less than other models for jobs because of her 'skin tone'. The beauty, 30, claimed that her 'best friends in the industry' and fellow supermodels Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss had 'different rates' to her for work. The star said she thought the difference in treatment was 'so f****d up' but that now she 'knows her worth' and has learnt to 'own her voice' in asking for what she wants. Candid: Jourdan Dunn has claimed she has been paid less than other models for jobs because of her 'skin tone' Speaking on the TTYA Talks podcast she said: 'I remember the girls I came up with, like my best friends in the industry, Cara and Karlie, I know their rate was different to my rate, even though we were doing the same jobs. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ashley Benson leaves West Hollywood nightclub with Sofia... Lily Allen flashes her toned abs in a cropped grey jumper as... Share this article Share 'When I think about...
    Two parents claim that a Los Angeles hospital swapped their healthy baby girl for a sickly infant who died five days later - and refused to let them carry out DNA testing to confirm it. Guadalupe Vélez and Mario Barrales insist LAC+USC Medical Center, in Los Angeles, swapped their healthy newborn girl Yarithzel Barrales with a sickly infant after Vélez gave birth on June 15, 2018. The couple, who have been fighting to prove their daughter is still alive and being raised by someone else, say that Yarithzel was born premature but in good health with a complication-free birth. But at some point, when Yarithzel was taken out of the room, they say that staff at the hospital switched her for another baby who was born with a lung abnormality and brain malformation. They say the 'imposter' child died just five days later. 'The changed the girls, they gave us another baby,' Vélez said. 'I'm not ok, I want to know what happened.' Guadalupe Vélez (left) and Mario Barrales (right) insist LAC+USC Medical Center, in Los Angeles, swapped their healthy newborn girl...
    With the heat of spring comes the desire to show off skin with short and flowing garments, although we drag that white tone from winter with which we seem to shine like Cullen if it gives us a small ray of sun. For many this is not a problem, however, there are people who prefer to have a more tanned tone. Fortunately, it is no longer necessary to resort to UV beds that dry out the skin, can cause cancer and accelerate photoaging. The new craze for quick tanning is in self-tanners. Rocío Escalante, owner of Arbosana Farmacia and expert in dermopharmacy, explains that “self-tanners are safe products, with dihydroxyacetone that reacts with the last layer of skin cells, producing oxidation and hence the change in tone. Self-tanners do not produce sun damage, no premature aging, no skin cancer, but they don’t protect from the sun either. “ How to use self tanners? It is essential to exfoliate the skin 24 hours before, as well as to hydrate it a lot. In this way we will achieve a uniform,...