Web became a sexists

30-Jun-2019 17:24

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University of Virginia computer science professor Vicente Ordóñez and colleagues tested two of the largest collections of photos used to train these types of AIs (including one supported by Facebook and Microsoft) and discovered that sexism was rampant'It would see a picture of a kitchen and more often than not associate it with women, not men,' Ordóñez told Wired, adding it also linked women with images of shopping, washing, and even kitchen objects like forks.

The AI was also associating men with stereotypically masculine activities like sports, hunting, and coaching, as well as objects sch as sporting equipment.

Even a photo depicting a man standing by a kitchen stove was labeled 'women' by the algorithm.

His bartending shift at Louie's Bar & Grill in Akron, Ohio was almost over, and the Cleveland Cavaliers were ahead in the first quarter of a pivotal playoff game.

It was May 25, near the end of the primary season, and talk had shifted to the presidential election.

University of Virginia computer science professor Vicente Ordóñez and colleagues tested two of the largest collections of photos used to train these types of AIs (including one supported by Facebook and Microsoft) and discovered that sexism was rampant'It would see a picture of a kitchen and more often than not associate it with women, not men,' Ordóñez told Wired, adding it also linked women with images of shopping, washing, and even kitchen objects like forks.

The AI was also associating men with stereotypically masculine activities like sports, hunting, and coaching, as well as objects sch as sporting equipment.

Even a photo depicting a man standing by a kitchen stove was labeled 'women' by the algorithm.

His bartending shift at Louie's Bar & Grill in Akron, Ohio was almost over, and the Cleveland Cavaliers were ahead in the first quarter of a pivotal playoff game.

It was May 25, near the end of the primary season, and talk had shifted to the presidential election.

Microsoft’s team worked in tandem with a group of improv comedians, and there’s a way in which Tay herself was a grand experiment in “yes and,” the golden rule of improv, which holds that a good performer never says no to a scenario’s weird meanderings.