I wrote a personal piece about the Epstein science connection shitshow.
Kate Darling ( ) on demanding change in the world of science and tech, which - for her - means leaving Brockman and working to reform the
This is a piece worth reading on the Epstein influence in academia. I have read a lot of the coverage and it is striking how many of the dinners, conferences - and even Brockman’s client list - are overwhelmingly male.
Jeffrey Epstein's influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems | Kate Darling
My friend and colleague Dr. Kate Darling ( ) published a strong, brave and smart piece in The Guardian explaining her decision to stay at the and hold Joi's feet to the fire in making real, broad changes
And this: “I’m worried that I am again missing the line between working from within and being complicit.” 5/
Jeffrey Epstein's influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems
“There’s a fine line between changing from within and being complicit. It turns out that I was nowhere near changing from within.”
“There’s a fine line between changing from within and being complicit. It turns out that I was nowhere near changing from within.”
Jeffrey Epstein’s influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems, by MIT’s Kate Darling /
Jeffrey Epstein's influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems | Kate Darling #misogyny #1107
Another facet to this mess is that wealthy patrons don’t carefully vet the science they support or run proposal competitions. There is a clear pattern of good-old-boys-club when it comes to the attentions of wealthy science patrons
Jeffrey Epstein's influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems | Jeffrey Epstein via
Jeffrey Epstein's influence in the science world is a symptom of larger problems | Kate Darling