These Two Black Women Make History As Inventors Hall Of Fame Inductees

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Two Black women inventors are being recognized for their landmark inventions which have helped advance technology in healthcare and even how many of us work from home.

Engineer Marian Croak, who currently leads Google’s Research Center for Responsible AI and Human Centered Technology, and the late Dr. Patricia Bath are among the 2022 inductees for the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

The nonprofit organization announced these history-making women’s honor last week.The two will join 29 others being inducted in the next cohort.

Croak and Bath are the first Black women inventors to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in its nearly 50-year history.

“Innovations drives the worldwide economy forward and improves our quality of life. This is especially apparent given what we have experienced in the past 18 months,” Michael Oister, the Hall of Fame’s CEO, said in a statement, per


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