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Apple Card Algorithm May Tilt Favorably Toward Men

E-Commerce Times Monday, 2 December 2019
Apple Card Algorithm May Tilt Favorably Toward MenNew York regulators have initiated an investigation into a tech entrepreneur's complaint that credit limits for the new Apple Card are based on gender-biased algorithms. The investigation, announced by DFS Superintendent Linda Lacewell, apparently stems from a series of tweets David Heinemeier Hansson posted, revealing that his Apple Card credit limit was 20 times higher than his wife's.
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