Google working to fix AI bias problems

Google is trying to keep AI bias at bay.

At the company’s Google I/O conference Tuesday, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai described research to gain insight into how Google’s artificial intelligence algorithms work and make sure they don’t “reinforce bias that exists in the world.”

Specifically, he described a technology called TCAV (testing with concept activation vectors) that’s designed to do things like not assume a doctor is male even if AI training data indicates that’s more likely.

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