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Mirror, mirror on the wall - who is the most successful of them all?

last modified May 12, 2020 05:04 PM
David Díaz, Assistant Professor at the University of Chile and Visitor at the Cambridge Service Alliance has been using machine learning to uncover bias in the way we respond to the shape of people’s faces.

Diaz and colleagues have been using facial recognition software to explore the way in which we respond to different shaped faces. By exposing a bias towards men with a broader face (and against women with the same physical characteristics) they are helping organisations take the necessary steps to counter it.

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