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Technology Myths Facilitate Inappropriate AI Applications

We need context, accountability, and a shift from design to the impact of decision-making systems

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The list of AI applications that turn out to be racist, sexist, or simply ill-considered is shockingly long. In my research, I found that two things are at the root of this: the lack of context in which AI…

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