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Title: The world is not fAlr
Authors: Regana, Sowrya
Keywords: AI
American Civil Liberty Union
IBM Research
Policy Makers
Demographic Parity
Equalized Odds
Equal Opportunity
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Students of PGDBA Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics, IIM Calcutta
Series/Report no.: Vol.1;
Abstract: The fast paced and multi directional development of AI applications is supporting humans in areas ranging from buying a simple toothbrush to sending reusable spacecrafts into the space. As AI is being increasingly adopted in crucial and sensitive applications, it raises the need to study about the biases that these systems bring to the table. Recent times have seen significant increase in the examples of AI systems reflecting or exacerbating machine biases, from racist facial recognition to sexist natural language processing. Recently, American Civil Liberty Union filed a case against Detroit Police for falsely arresting an African American due to mis-identification attributed to its facial recognition software.
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