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Open source data science: How to reduce bias in AI

Open source data science can help reduce bias in AI and bring more fairness and equity to the world. Image: Unsplash/Max Duzij

Abby Seneor

Chief Technology Officer, Citibeats

Matteo Mezzanotte

Head of Communications, Citibeats

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AI-generated image illustrating a “painting of a CEO founding a start-up in Europe”, highlights bias in AI as none of the images depict a female as the CEO.
AI-generated image illustrating a “painting of a CEO founding a start-up in Europe”, highlights bias in AI as none of the images depict a female as the CEO. Image: DALL·E mini

Nicol Turner Lee, Paul Resnick, and Genie Barton, writing for the Brookings Institution

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