Nov. 22, 2023, 10:25 p.m. | Philip Hopkins

Hacker Noon - ai hackernoon.com

Obvious use cases for ethics in applied artificial intelligence reveal themselves in situations where machines are making decisions directly impacting people. A machine learning model that uses race, gender, sexual orientation, or even self-disclosed disabilities on the part of the applicant as inputs to make decisions would be more likely to exhibit behavior that might be considered unjustly discriminatory.

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