Open innovation

The bounty hunters gunning for algorithmic bias

● In the United States, a group of artificial intelligence (AI) experts, known as the Bias Buccaneers, is launching competitions to encourage their community to seek out biases in AI tools.
● One of the group’s co-founders, Subho Majumdar, tells us why it is important to raise awareness of ethical issues raised by AI among developers, decision makers and citizens.
● The Bias Buccaneers are hoping to attract international attention with further competitions, while encouraging engineers and developers to open up to a wider world and improve the integrity of AI systems they design.
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