Not really worth it. They already know how many there are and they're rather small anyway.
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This AI is full of holes: Brit council fixes thousands of road cracks spotted by algorithm using sat snaps
Bring out the GIMP
I've never heard of gimp referring to a disabled person. I've only ever heard it in respect to some guy in a rubber suit, and that's only because of Pulp Fiction. Well, mainly because of Pulp Fiction.
I'm not sure if this helps the argument either way but I thought I'd mention it.
If Infor's took action as a result of bringing the discrimination case, could it be possible that the employee was suspended rather than terminated? This would account for Infor stating that she was still (technically) employed. This would also explain Oracle's actions.
Not being familiar with 'murica, is it common there to fire people purely because they have brought legal proceedings against another unconnected company?
Why would oracle use a personal gmail address unless it had been provided by the employee? Having provided a personal address, why would it not be monitored?
Smells to me like a case for Hanlon's Razor.