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Colors in color photography from the 1940s to 1996 were based on the skin tone of a white woman on Kodak's "Shirley card." 00:04
People in the 1970s photographing furniture complained that the color film didn't show big differences between different dark woods. 01:29
In 2009, there were claims stating that facial recognition software didn't pick up non-white skin tones. 03:08
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