Why it’s so hard to create unbiased artificial intelligence

Ben Dickson Crunch Network Contributor Ben Dickson is a software engineer and the founder of TechTalks. More posts by this contributor: How to facilitate the path to brownfield IoT development The darker side of machine learning How to join the networkAs artificial intelligence and machine learning mature and manifest their potential to take on complicated tasks, we’ve become somewhat expectant that robots can succeed where humans have failed — namely, in putting aside personal biases when making decisions. But as recent cases have shown, like all disruptive technologies, machine learning introduces its own set of unexpected challenges and sometimes yields results that are wrong, unsavory, offensive and not aligned with the moral and ethical standards of human society. While some of these stories might sound amusing, they do lead us to ponder…


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