Diversity also matters in AI and Machine Learning

“People expected AI to be unbiased; that’s just wrong,” Joanna Bryson says. “If the underlying data reflects stereotypes, or if you train AI from human culture, you will find these things.” * I had interesting conversations with my children over the winter holidays on that topic. Both are studying and working in computer science and artificial intelligence. There are so many questions that surround this field when it comes to ethics and implication on our society that it was enlightening to hear their views. It seems that one of the many challenges that this industry is facing will be to address the issue of biases. Machines learn from the data they are being fed. It looks for patterns in th





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