Google and New York Times Unite to Change How Skin Tones Are Seen in Digital Storytelling

NYT's in-house agency helps to diversify the future of digital archives

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When it comes to representation in the media and documenting diverse stories, it’s clear the need for more representation is not only necessary, but has been a continuously expressed need by marginalized communities with the rapidly changing media and social landscape.

In an effort to spark progress in telling those diverse stories Google recently announced the Pixel 6, a smartphone powered by a new photography initiative called Real Tone, which uses machine learning to photograph a wide range of skin tones more accurately.



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