A Beauty Contest Was Judged by AI and the Robots Didn’t Like Dark Skin

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    The Guardian, 9/8/2016

    Beauty.AI developed a set of algorithms to judge photos according to five factors in human standards of beauty; it disproportionately chose photos of white people. The article discusses the potential consequences of emergent bias in algorithms and/or datasets in general, including more consequential examples like predictive policing.

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