Then you and I are prepared to take up arms against any one who attributes such a saying to Simonides or Bias
or Pittacus, or any other wise man or seer?
It is almost impossible for the best parent to observe an exact impartiality to his children, even though no superior merit should bias
his affection; but sure a parent can hardly be blamed, when that superiority determines his preference.
Political partisans see bias
even when news coverage really is neutral, according to Colorado State University's Cindy Christen and her coauthors.
It allows Collective Bias
to guarantee engagement for advertisers across all social media channels.
If each of the three sections warrants a figure of 50 then this would indicate there was no bias
for that race.
Dave D'Alessio's book is a scholarly attempt to understand the slippery concept of media bias
in the context of presidential election coverage that spans about six decades.
The study found that that physicians exhibited implicit bias
at roughly the same rate as regular community members, and that explicit bias
was largely absent in both groups.
5 percent stemmed from ethnicity/ national origin bias
Unilever is one of the pioneers in seeking a methodical approach to eradicating bias
in business forecasting.
approach orients the escapes in the same direction as the bias
for the layer.
Personally, I don't feel that to have a particular bias
is wrong whether it is for football or anything else.
Bottom line: For the process to rule the show, organizational bias
has to go.