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Jun 30 2019 1 min

Tackling bias in artificial intelligence (and in humans)

By Jake Silberg and James Manyika

“The growing use of artificial intelligence in sensitive areas, including for hiring, criminal justice, and healthcare, has stirred a debate about bias and fairness. Yet human decision making in these and other domains can also be flawed, shaped by individual and societal biases that are often unconscious. Will AI’s decisions be less biased than human ones? Or will AI make these problems worse?”

The authors tackle a very challenging subject of Artificial Intelligence implementations in sensitive areas such as healthcare, hiring, criminal justice etc. How to define justice and fairness so that they can be implemented by AI systems? Such and many more interesting questions are raised in this highly recommended article.

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