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Natalie Doig
tattoo sporting, mood swinging, visually impaired imp I love writing, knitting, sci-fi, Japan, photography & cats. I run my own business
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Natalya Dell 22h
Replying to @natalyadell
Shorter Huffpo article by a migrants' rights campaigner which also highlight's XR's focus on arrests which is a strategy relying on whiteness, immigration status and class privilege:
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Natalie Doig 24h
Personally I doubt that’s what it was doing but you never know. And yes there really should be some human overview and quality control! 2/2
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Natalie Doig 24h
If you think of it as an AI drafting this then it could even have been misinterpreting being inclusive. As in “if you aren’t blind then have a look at this because I don’t want to use the concept of looking with out acknowledging some people can’t” 1/2
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Natalie Doig 24h
Very interesting as I know there’s a lot of evidence that AI can be biased for example racist. I mean an algorithm is only as good as the person writing it and the source material it uses. So it’s not really surprising it incorporates human prejudice and bias.
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Chris Packham Apr 18
Now on the worlds greatest broadcaster and most important voice on ecological and environmental issues speaks about . Let’s all listen and learn and then show respect and kindness to the brave protesters of
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Graham Findlay Apr 18
Replying to @PhilParry2
Agree about the ramp element, but sadly the steps element need more thought.
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Abdi Gas Apr 18
Read ambassador ’s latest column in regarding the recent Facebook controversy around disability.
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RNIB Apr 13
A third of blind people in Australia have either been hit or narrowly missed by an electric car, and are calling for minimum sound requirements to be introduced:
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Natalie Doig Apr 13
Neolithic dog reveals tales behind Orkney's monuments
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Natalie Doig Apr 12
And engagement from the start and user testing are my mantra for everything! Also it would be great for disabled people to be commissioned to design some of these crossings 😊
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Natalie Doig Apr 12
I’ve had a look at different designs through my work for TfL and some are great. It’s important to maintain the resemblance to a crossing and for the design to not be ambiguous. For examples lots of dark shapes can appear like holes to VI people or those with dementia.
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Diggory Apr 8
Osama bin Laden sent people round our house and told us to stop playing Portishead on a Friday afternoon. He had a house 2 doors down from us in Jalalabad 1994
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Ann Bates Apr 3
Well done Biggleswade! Having worked with Access for All schemes before, remember your involvement now is really important to make sure it is spent wisely
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Natalie Doig Apr 6
Are you or do you know any Learning and development managers looking for a new challenge? Come and work for Scope we’re recruiting! Please RT
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Natalie Doig Apr 7
Replying to @Jd_kelly @EGX
Something creative that I love. My husband’s in the games industry and encouraged me to come along to your talk. So I’m going to take your advice and see where it leads. 😊 2/2
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Natalie Doig Apr 7
Replying to @Jd_kelly @EGX
I had a great time thanks. Your talk certainly inspired me. I was a drama teacher (secondary school level) many years ago. I’ve spent the last 20 years campaigning for disability rights as my day job and I now want to do something different 1/2
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Natalie Doig Apr 6
Replying to @Jd_kelly @EGX
I really enjoyed your talk but had to dash once the Q&A started so I just wanted to thank you.
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Natalie Doig Apr 6
I’m at the fringe talk on disability and diversity in gaming. Never off duty!
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Natalie Doig Apr 6
Are you or do you know any Learning and development managers looking for a new challenge? Come and work for Scope we’re recruiting! Please RT
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Neil Crowther Apr 4
Replying to @smclrk
I missed this obit for Malcolm Barron (HT )
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