Making Artificial Intelligence Fair

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November 4, 2017

Artificial intelligence can easily reflect human shortcomings it finds in the data that informs its decisions. These include bias and unfairness. In this TEDx talk, RAND engineer Osonde Osoba discusses the need for AI systems that reflect the better parts of human nature.

Osonde Osoba, Engineer, RAND Corporation

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