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How the 2020 election could impact US initiatives to address algorithmic bias

Yory Wurmser

Business Insider

Dec 6, 2020

Although artificial intelligence algorithms seem objective, they may contain biases. The biases can be inadvertent, such as a computer vision program that works less well at identifying minorities or women due to skewed sets of training photos. They can also be insidious, such as programs that reinforce racist home lending practices based on redlined historic data.

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