#AIChat recap (January 2021)

Hello!

#AIChat is a 10-15 minute monthly Twitter chat. Where my guest(s) or the topics/live-streaming that helps you figure out how artificial intelligence (AI) will impact your life.

Don’t forget to join me for #AIChat on Thursday, February 25th at 2pm ET. My guest? @BlackWomenInAI The topic? What can we do to close the AI skills gap?

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The topic in January was:

There were was no replies but I will give you both sides of the issue (3 points per side). To help you decide whether or not AI is biased. With lots of reference links that gives you a start to help you to do your own research.

No

  1. It’s us humans who are feeding the AI software that makes it biased
  2. The software is neutral and
  3. There’s not enough data (or the data is faulty) that makes the AI software biased.

Yes

  1. All AI software is racist because it’s an experiment in data bias
  2. Algorithms are lazy and look for the easiest way to predict something and ignores the outliers (example: women and people of color) and
  3. Algorithms are developing their unwanted biases by mistake.

References

  1. —-, “Bias in AI: What it is, Types & Examples, How & Tools to fix it
  2. Cogburn, Ron: “Is AI just as Biased as the Humans Creating It?
  3. Feathers, Todd: “Fake Data Could Help Solve Machine Learning’s Bias Problem—if We Let It
  4. Greene, Tristin: “Stop calling it bias. AI is racist
  5. Hudson, Matthew: “It’s Too Easy to Hide Bias in Deep-Learning Systems
  6. Khalili, Joel: “Artificial intelligence is hopelessly biased – and that’s how it will stay
  7. Nichols, Greg: “Artificial Intelligence in healthcare is racist
  8. Saifee, Moiz: “Can AI Algorithms be Biased?
  9. Socher, Richard: “AI isn’t dangerous, but human bias is.”
  10. Turbot: “AI isn’t biased. We are!

Author: Research King

My real name is Nick but my clients call me the Research King. Why? Because I love researching and finding information. And they’re literally amazed when I find the information for them. I love analyzing how technology influences the media and entertainment world. Because the media and entertainment industry is constantly changing. And technology is playing a big role in changing it (from CD’s to live-streaming). Finally, I love coffee, going to the gym/working out and anything to do with athletic leisure clothing (I’m a big Lululemon fan). P.S. If you need to follow me on social media: Twitter: @nickhtang Instagram: @the_information_guru

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