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Brands originally built on racist stereotypes have existed for more than a century. Now racial prejudice is also creeping into the design of tech products and algorithms.
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Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga maintained a narrow lead over Deputy President William Ruto in the latest opinion poll before next month’s election.
About 42% of sampled voters favored Odinga, compared with 39% for Ruto, according to a report published by Nairobi-based pollster Tifa Research on Monday. That compares with 39% and 35% for the two candidates respectively in the previous survey in May. The portion of undecided respondents dropped to 10% in June from 15% previously.