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Investigating Unconscious Bias in AI Systems
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Investigating Unconscious Bias in AI Systems

Last Updated on June 14, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): John Adeojo

Originally published on Towards AI.

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AI systems operate based on the data used to train them. For chat-GPT, the exact nature of the curation process behind the datasets used to train it isn’t fully understood. What we can confirm is that the chat-gpt is trained with vast amounts of data pulled from the internet. It’s inevitable that these datasets embody societal biases which can infiltrate the AI system. Furthermore, the engineers handling the dataset curation process may inadvertently introduce their own unconscious biases. OpenAI acknowledges this by warning that their models might yield biased results but how far does this bias extend?

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