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Dealing With Bias in Artificial Intelligence

Craig S. Smith

NY Times

Dec 6, 2020

In this article, the New York Times speaks to three prominent women in the artificial intelligence industry to hear how they approach bias in their work. Daphne Koller is a co-founder of the online education company Coursera, and the founder and chief executive of Insitro, a company using machine learning to develop new drugs. Olga Russakovsky is an assitant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University who specializes in computer vision and a co-founder of the AI4ALL foundation that works to increase diversity and inclusion within AI. Timnit Gebru is a former research scientist at Google on the ethical AI team and a co-founder of Black in AI, which promotes people of color in the field.

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