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Pitt task force will examine algorithms used in local government for possible bias

A task force convened by Pitt's Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security will examine algorithms used by Allegheny County in human service and criminal justice settings for potential bias.

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The Heinz Endowments commits $10 Mil in funding — Investing in a child’s well-being from prenatal to age 3 is beneficial

The New Pittsburgh Courier has learned that The Heinz Endowments has committed $10 million in funding over three years to support a prenatal to age 3 well-being initiative.

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Mapping a path to more equitable housing

For the sixth consecutive year, Carnegie Mellon University's EarthTime platform will help leaders at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, visualize data on global challenges such as climate change, poverty and mental health.

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Heinz Endowments announces $434K for creative projects that amplify social justice issues

Endowments’ Just Arts program will distribute grants to artists, communities, organizations for art that responds to critical social challenges, injustices

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Pittsburgh Artists Receive Grants for Social Justice Projects

With the belief that art can affect change, The Heinz Endowments announced the first group of grant recipients for its new Just Arts Program on Thursday, awarding $434,750 to artists across the Pittsburgh area whose

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Developers wanted: Consultant to help forge the future of Hazelwood Green

A consultant that has been serving in an advisory capacity in the redevelopment of the former LTV Coke Works in Hazelwood is now in line to take a lead role in building out the 178-acre

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