Sumary of The Case for Transparent AI:
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- My experience is not new or particularly unique — Eli Pariser warned us about social media “filter bubbles” back in 2011 — but it’s a handy illustration of the dark places an algorithm can take you.
- I may get a bit annoyed when Facebook serves up a David Blaine video, but filter bubbles can be downright dangerous, turning otherwise neutral platforms into breeding grounds for all sorts of ugly ideas.
- Related: How to Leverage Artificial Intelligence in Public RelationsAI is inherently biasedSci-fi nightmare scenarios aside, we want to program our machines to learn and evolve, but we want to do it in a measured, predictable way.
- My magic-filled social media filter bubble might irk me, but it’s how algorithms work today.
- There have been all sorts of studies and articles written about the issue of bias in artificial intelligence, and it certainly can be a problem, but the fact is that AI is inherently biased.