By Liz Hall As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more widely adopted, discrimination against some groups and individuals is set to become more common, warns a report from the World Economic Forum (WEF). Machine learning systems are already being used to make life-changing decisions such as which job applicants are hired and which prisoners are released on parole. However, “while algorithmic decision-making aids have been used for decades, machine learning is posing new challenges due to its greater complexity, opaqueness, ubiquity and exclusiveness”, according a white paper from the WEF: How to prevent discriminatory outcomes in machine learning. Erica Kochi, co-chair […]

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