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An MIT researcher who analyzed facial recognition software found eliminating bias in AI is a matter of priorities

Business Insider Wednesday, 23 January 2019 ()
An MIT researcher who analyzed facial recognition software found eliminating bias in AI is a matter of priorities· Joy Buolamwini is an MIT researcher working to compel organizations to make facial recognition software more ethical and inclusive.
· The AI that runs facial recognition software learns from data during its development, and its accuracy in assessing faces reflects that data set.
· After Buolamwini shared research with IBM...
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