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Scientists Use Machine-learning to Analyze Language in Movies

News   Nov 14, 2017 | Original story from University of Washington

 
Scientists Use Machine-learning to Analyze Language in Movies

In the movie Frozen, only the princess Elsa is portrayed with high power and positive agency, according to a new analysis of gender bias in movies. Her sister, Anna, is portrayed with similarly low levels of agency and power as Cinderella, a movie character that debuted in 1950. Credit: University of Washington

 
 
 

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