“It’s easier to program bias out of a machine than out of a mind.” That’s an emerging conclusion of research-based findings – including my own – that could lead to AI-enabled decision-making systems being less subject to bias and better able to promote equality. This is a critical possibility, given
Natural language processing (or NLP for short) refers to technology that allows computers to understand human language. NLP is what helps computers read, edit and summarize text – as well as enabling natural language generation (NLG), whereby computers generate their own “speech.” In other words, NLP is the technology that
As AI and machine learning have infused themselves over the last half-decade into nearly every corner of our lives, there has been a growing interest in how the biases of these models may be silently impacting society.
The field of artificial intelligence is essentially when machines can do tasks that typically require human intelligence. It encompasses machine learning, where machines can learn by experience and acquire skills without human involvement.