Jul. 10th, 2017

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I noticed something odd in the IEEE Computer Society ad on the back cover of the July 2017 issue of Computing Edge.

The image shows five people sitting in a row. The spacing between their chairs isn't uniform. In particular, the rather dark-looking man on our right is at least a couple of inches farther from his neighbor than any other person is from his or her neighbor.

Now was this spacing someone's conscious decision, or was it random happenstance, or subconscious bias, or what? Should we be concerned about it?

Inquiring minds want to know.
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