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Bias in the Machine: How AI Fails Us and How We Can Fix It

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Bias baked into artificial intelligence influences everything from hiring decisions to law enforcement. Find out how coders, researchers and activists are shining a light on the problem and shaping a more inclusive path forward.

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Bias baked into artificial intelligence influences everything from hiring decisions to law enforcement. Find out how coders, researchers and activists are shining a light on the problem and shaping a more inclusive path forward.

How a New Generation of Activists Is Changing the World

Around the globe, young people are tapping into the power of technology to make their voices heard. By Jessica Misener
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They organize international strikes for climate change awareness, launch rallies that draw thousands to protest gun violence and speak up as powerful voices for their communities, from Syrian refugees to LGBTQ youth. These campaigners are on the front lines around the world passionately fighting against racism, sexism and authoritarian political regimes. Yet, some of today’s most fervent social activists aren’t even old enough to drive or vote in their home countries.

Can VR Make Climate Change “Real”?

The latest virtual reality technology is allowing audiences to see and feel the effects of our changing environment.
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The first thing you notice is the smell: the earthy humus of the forest floor. No, it’s the tree roots that you see first, covered in green moss, tangled and rising to a massive trunk of a giant sequoia tree. Wait, it’s the wind soughing through the leaves — or is that the sound of your own breath?

HP’s Award‐winning Short Film Series Available for Streaming this Summer

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  • The History of Memory is a series of short documentary films created by Redglass Pictures and the Garage by HP that celebrates the power of printed photographs to change our lives.
  • Cinedigm to distribute HP’s The History of Memory films through its dedicated documentary channel Docurama
  • The films won a Tribeca X award for best episodic short series in April and will be distributed through Cinedigms dedicated documentary channel Docurama by July.
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  • The History of Memory is a series of short documentary films created by Redglass Pictures and the Garage by HP that celebrates the power of printed photographs to change our lives.
  • Cinedigm to distribute HP’s The History of Memory films through its dedicated documentary channel Docurama
  • The films won a Tribeca X award for best episodic short series in April and will be distributed through Cinedigms dedicated documentary channel Docurama by July.

Targeting Action to Combat Climate Impacts: A Conversation with HP’s Global Head of Energy and Sustainability

by Nate Hurst Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer at HP
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Climate change is one of the most significant and urgent issues facing business and society today, affecting not only the environment but the core foundation of economies, livelihoods, food security, health, and quality of life.

As a business community, it’s urgent that we understand our impacts in the world and take decisive actions that align with what climate science tells us are needed to limit global warming to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius.

How Smart Small Businesses Can Make Sustainability Work for Them

From energy-efficient technology to employee engagement, small steps can reap big rewards for small businesses.
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Walk into Three Seat Espresso in Manhattan’s East Village, and one of the first things you might notice is a jar of biodegradable straws on the counter, along with metal cups for water.

“If you’ve seen these items before, they become indicators of what kind of business this is,” says owner Aaron Cook. “If you haven’t, they create a chance to have a conversation about why we make the sustainable choices we make.”

The Secret Album Reveals How a Powerful Truth Changed a Family Forever

A novelist learns about her mother’s long-held secret by searching for what’s missing from her family photo albums.
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The Secret Album is part of HP's original documentary project, History of Memory, which celebrates the power of printed photos. Visit History of Memory to see more.

We treasure family photos not only because they illuminate the past, but also because they can offer up an alternative narrative to the stories we tell — and retell — about our identities.

HP's Sustainable Impact: HOPE Program

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At HP, we believe that better innovation comes from diverse, empowered teams and people. 

HOPE is one of the D&I initiatives in China. HOPE stands for Opportunity & Equality program, provides development and practice opportunities for people with disabilities, or different-ability.

Learn more about HP's HOPE Program and their broader sustainable impact.

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Taking Steps to Protect Our Planet on Earth Day and Beyond

by Nate Hurst, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer at HP Inc.
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On Monday, April 22, more than 1 billion people in more than 190 countries are expected to take part in Earth Day—a day dedicated to environmental awareness, engagement, and action. It is also a day for personal reflection. A day for each of us to take stock of what we can do to help reduce our own environmental footprint in 2019 and beyond.

It’s also a time for companies to embrace the role that they can play in creating a healthier planet. HP is one of those companies.

A Sao Paulo Factory Is Pioneering Zero-Waste Manufacturing and Closing the Loop with Plastics

HP is helping make Brazil the epicenter of sustainability innovation in Latin America by recycling products into new ones and forging ties with local communities.
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On an unusually rainy day in February, the inside of HP’s São Paulo manufacturing facility smells like fresh paper for some reason, even though nothing is printed here. The cavernous space hums with the sounds of electric screwdrivers and trays moving across metal rollers. In knee-length white coats and brown, rubber-soled shoes, hundreds of workers assemble printers in stations where they attach components, one printer at a time. 

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