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Can Fair Use Make for Fairer AI? Public Books


Artificial intelligence has a copyright problem, and this problem is deeply related to questions of ethics and justice. Increasingly, AI is adopted by our banks and our bosses, by our cars and our courts. Across the board, implicit bias remains a significant and complex problem. Several examples have become emblematic of the ways in which implicit bias can channel AI in a prejudiced direction. The Nikon camera that kept asking whether Taiwanese American blogger Joz Wang and her family members were "blinking" while they were taking photographs, for instance, or the time when Google Photos tagged two black friends as "gorillas."