A search engine filter that destroys cultural biases? We're here for it.

May 9, 2019

“Only 10% of search results for ‘CEO’ depict women, despite women comprising 28% of the occupation...When you search ‘great hair’ or ‘perfect hair,’ the results prioritize white women with sleek locks. Our search engine algorithms are capturing our stereotypes and serving them back to us in the form of biased results...As a browser extension, S.H.E. operates on the search backend, filtering and repositioning results to yield more equalized, accurate representations.” Well, we think this is pretty damn cool.

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