Darrell M. West Thursday, September 13, Our research presents a framework for algorithmic hygiene, which identifies some specific causes of biases and employs best practices to identify and mitigate them. This paper draws upon the insight of 40 thought leaders from across academic disciplines, industry sectors, and civil society organizations who participated in one of two roundtables. We also outline a set of self-regulatory best practices, such as the development of a bias impact statement, inclusive design principles, and cross-functional work teams. Finally, we propose additional solutions focused on algorithmic literacy among users and formal feedback mechanisms to civil society groups. The next section provides five examples of algorithms to explain the causes and sources of their biases. We conclude by highlighting the importance of proactively tackling the responsible and ethical use of machine learning and other automated decision-making tools. Examples of algorithmic biases Algorithmic bias can manifest in several ways with varying degrees of consequences for the subject group. Consider the following examples, which illustrate both a range of causes and effects that either inadvertently apply different treatment to groups or deliberately generate a disparate impact on them.
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Susan Seubert Juanita borrowed money and enrolled, but then came the war. It was spring The painstaking nature of code breaking in those days, after teams of analysts sifted through piles of intercepted texts and tabulated after that computed possible interpretations using pencil after that paper, made a deep impression arrange Moody. But it worked, helping the Americans decode secret messages sent en route for Berlin from the German ambassador all the rage Tokyo. It was the first of many times in her long calling that Moody, who would herself be converted into a familiar face at Bletchley Common and at the IBM campus all the rage New York, helped advance intelligence act by pushing for an ambitious after that innovative use of new technologies. Even if he himself had earned a PhD, he told her that she was making a big mistake.