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It’s easy to imagine that artificial intelligence is an abstract, automatic process—something happening behind the scenes, acting by its own accord. The truth is anything but. Artificial intelligence needs to be invented and programmed. And the people who do the programming are just that: people. Sometimes, when a person programs an artificial intelligence — say, for example, an algorithm that automatically sorts thousands of job applications — their own unconscious biases and prejudices are imparted into the code.

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