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  • Truly unbiased AI can remove people's fears of the tech
  • Truly unbiased AI can remove people's fears of the tech
    Štefan Štefančík (2017) ©
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Truly unbiased AI can remove people's fears of the tech

Can bots be bigoted? The evidence so far would suggest yes, but that no longer has to be the case. With research unveiling techniques that can remove algorithmic bias without compromising sensitive data, the main barriers preventing AI adoption among the masses could be broken down.

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