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Three commercially released facial-analysis programs from major technology companies demonstrate both skin-type and gender biases, according to a new paper researchers from MIT and Stanford University will present later this month at the Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency. In the researchers' experiments, the three programs' error rates in determining the gender of light-skinned men were never worse than 0.8 percent.
Study finds gender and skin-type bias in commercial artificial-intelligence systems 
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Study finds gender and skin-type bias in commercial artificial-intelligence systems 
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Three commercially released facial-analysis programs from major technology companies demonstrate both skin-type and gender biases, according to a new paper researchers from MIT and Stanford University will present later this month at the Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency. In the researchers' experiments, the three programs' error rates in determining the gender of light-skinned men were never worse than 0.8 percent.
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