New York City is creating a multi-agency project in hopes of better coordinating — and expanding — existing services for LGBTQ youth.
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Georgia Tech said Schultz was a fourth-year computer engineering major from the Atlanta suburb of Lilburn. Schultz also had a minor in biomedical engineering and planned to work on medical devices, according to a profile on the website of the Georgia Tech Pride Alliance, where Schultz was president.
A Stanford University study showing that artificial intelligence (AI) can accurately guess whether people are gay or straight based on their faces has sparked a swift backlash from LGBT rights activists who fear this kind of technology could be used to harm queer people.
Helpline 11528-By Your Side, a critical and unique helpline for Greece’s LGBT community, with people from all over the country accessing its service, has reopened after 8 months, thanks to a donation by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.